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The Gentry Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to improving the quality of life in Gentry and the surrounding communities. We support our businesses and citizens and strive to make Gentry a great place to call home.

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D&J Bulkworks

Located at 140 West Main in Gentry, D&J Bulkworks offers bulk foods, spices, cheese, sliced meat and so much more!! The store is open from 9 am - 5 pm M-F and 9 am - 12 pm on Sat. 479-212-8199

Shotgun's Fried Pies

Randy and Donna Davis offer fresh fried pies at 1125 South Gentry Boulevard across from the Wooden Spoon.  The hours are

Burrito House & Taqueria

Marqarita Soto is the owner of Burrito House & Taqueria located at 183 Rebecca Street in Gentry. She serves a wide variety of Mexican food. Burrito House is open M-F from 10:00 am until 8:00 pm. Sat from 10:00 am until 7:00 pm and closed Sunday. 479-525-6023

Flint Creek Amish Furniture

Flint Creek Amish Furniture opened at 217 East Main Street in Gentry.  Rustan and Gwyn have a beautiful  selection of top quality Amish made furniture and accessories.  They are located at 217 East Main Street in Gentry.  Call 479-233-1959 for more information.

Historic Main Street Building to Undergo Restoration

The Arkansas Department of Heritage has granted $94,691 to the Gentry Chamber of Commerce to renovate the historic Gentry Bank Building on Main Street in Gentry. The building, built in 1904, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been the office of the Gentry Chamber of Commerce and the United Way of Gentry for about 15 years.

The grant funds will be used to replace the roof structure and repair the ornate limestone and brick facade. The building is owned by the Rai, Railey and Nina Steele Civic Endowment.

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