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39 Mississippi cities gain Main Street accreditation

Special to the MBJ Thirty-nine Mississippi cities have been designated as accredited National Main Street Programs for meeting the commercial district revitalization performance standards set by the National Main Street Center, according to a news release by the Mississippi Main Street Association. The cities are Aberdeen, Amory, Baldwyn, Batesville, Belhaven, Biloxi, Booneville, Canton, Carthage, Cleveland, […] [...]

West Point, Woodville take Main Street honors

Lt. Gov. Phil Bryant is old enough to remember when Capitol Street in Jackson served as the state’s largest and most popular shopping destination. “How exciting that was for us,” Bryant said, recounting the shopping trips he and his brother would take with their mother to Downtown Jackson. While she shopped, Bryant said, he and […] [...]

Q&A: Bob Wilson, Executive Director, Mississippi Main St. Association

by Published: May 2,2010

Tags: Bob Wilson, Mississippi Main St. Association, Q&A

Downtown business Wilson finds success on Main Street A graduate of Delta State University, Wilson began his career with the Mississippi Main Street Association in 1998 as director of program services.  He has served as executive director of the organization since 2005 and is currently an appointed member of the 2009-2010 Delta Leadership Institute.  Wilson […] [...]

Wilson lands MTA board seat

Bob Wilson, executive director of the Mississippi Main Street Association (MMSA), has been elected to the board of directors for the Mississippi Tourism Association (MTA). Wilson will serve as vice president of tourism-related industry for the 2010-2011 year term. Wilson has more than 30 years of sales and marketing experience. He has been with MMSA […] [...]

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