Clarkston, Michigan 48346
Website not available
Be the first! +Recommend
Machinery & Equipment » Industrial Machinery & Equipment
Not the business you're looking for?
Find more results for ALLIANCE ELECTRIC


ALLIANCE ELECTRIC in Clarkston is a company that specializes in Industrial Machinery & Equipment. Our records show it was established in Michigan.

This is a QR Code for ALLIANCE ELECTRIC. If you have a QR Code scanning app, you can simply scan this image to have this business's information displayed on your phone.
7285 DEER LAKE RD Clarkston, Michigan, United States, 48346
Show Map
information not available
  1. Industrial Machinery & Equipment in Clarkston, Michigan, United States

Other Contacts for this business listing

Other Contacts for this business listing

Quick Company Summary

Located at: 7285 DEER LAKE RD , Clarkston, Michigan, United States
Phone: 2489220022

What is this page?

This page contains business and contact information for the company ALLIANCE ELECTRIC. SaleSpider provides this information for free. Business listings on SaleSpider come from many sources including but not limited to member generated content, public and government sources. Anyone can claim a business listing and make editorial changes to improve the accuracy of the business listing information.

Business Spotlight

Hyatt House Herndon

The Hyatt House Herndon is located just 10 minutes from the Washington Dulles Airport (IAD) and is just a short drive from downtown Herndon and the Reston Towncenter. Travelers visiting the Washington DC and Tysons area often make this convenient hotel their choice because of a wide range of ammenities and high quality service. Ammenities include: free Wi-fi, complimentary full hot breakfast, stocked gym, grocery shopping services, and much more.

Want to Promote Your Business?

Want to Promote Your Business?

Member Spotlight

Donna Roch
Owner/Yorkshire Terrier Breeder

Having raised two beautiful daughters who recently graduated college and finding myself as an empty-nester, it became clear the dreams I once had of pursuing a career working with animals could now become a life-changing reality. My love and care for these little yorkies, a/k/a "My Girls", is actually no different than if I were raising my own daughters. Every day is special when I awake and greet them in the morning. (Yes, they do sleep in their own crates at night in sweet little beds. Each has their own and knows which is theirs). I no longer feed commercial pet food, after my cat needlessly suffered serious health problems related to his diet. I now choose to raise my animals in a holistic environment and feed all my pets (cats & dogs) a "Raw Diet". It is my belief after doing much research that commercial grade food is unfit and causes disease, death and huge vet/medical expenses for the owner and suffering for your pets. If you are interested in providing the best start and healthy life for your puppy and would like additional information about providing a "Raw Diet" there will be a link on Info. - Health/Care. All puppies once weaned will be placed on a premium puppy food; you will be given a proportional amount of transitional food so as not to upset your puppy's digestive tract. My girls are groomed daily and given baths once a week. Yorkies absolutely love the one on one bonding with me as they are groomed and pampered. Once finished eating and getting pretty, playtime begins. Individual time is given to each of our Yorkie girls which consists of training to do simple tricks such as sit, beg, lay down, roll over etc. They love these tricks as they are games to them and of course the treats are always a plus. Outdoor time is essential, weather permitting. Daily walks to the park or a ride in the car is a favorite of theirs. There is much to do but not really much different than raising children. Visits to the vet, play time, rest time, feed time, cuddle time and bedtime. As with children, sometimes I am exhausted at the end of the day, but would have it no other way.

Clarkston, Michigan Trivia

Clarkston, Michigan Trivia

There were about 367 mortgages in Clarkston in the year 2008 according to data from United States Department of Housing and Urban Development.

In 1980, Clarkston was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a Historic District on the merit of its architectural and historical significance.

The first church to be erected in Clarkston was the Methodist Church on Buffalo Street, in 1841.

Population of Clarkston was 889 in the year 2011.

The unemployment rate of Clarkston was 8.04% in the year 2008.

Who Viewed This Page
You are the First
Last Seen
Top Cities
Top Browser
OS Expand
Device Expand
Language Expand
Business Directory
Over 65 Million Businesses Worldwide