Mississippi Main Street Association Celebrates 35 Years

Fifty-three communities across the state of Mississippi help make up the Mississippi Main Street Association (MMSA). The mission of the MMSA is to provide visionary leadership, guidance and counsel to communities through organization, promotion, design, and economic development to make our cities and towns better places to work, live and play.

This year, the MMSA celebrates 35 years of service to small towns. Since 1993, MMSA has provided more than $5 billion in public and private re-investment into Main Street communities.

Thomas Gregory, the Mississippi Main Street Association Coordinator, joined Rebecca Turner on Good Things to celebrate the past, present, and future potential of MMSA.

(photo by Russ Houston / © Mississippi State University)