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Johnson - "underground"Zero Mountain began in 1955 in a limestone mine located in Johnson, Arkansas (Washington County). The mine called "The Cave" had 25,000 square feet of refrigerated and freezer space. Today, Johnson has grown to 280,000 square feet. Zero Mountain, Incorporated is a $50 million dollar operation that employs approximately 300 people and provides over 30 million cubic feet of control temperature storage in Fort Smith, Johnson, Lowell, and Russellville, Arkansas.
Last Updated: March 8, 2022
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