Allied Members

Allied members are providers of products and services related to downtown revitalization and economic development who want access to the Mississippi Main Street Association network of commercial districts in the state. Allied Members include suppliers of products useful in rehabilitating historic commercial buildings, improving streetscapes, strengthening or developing small businesses, organizing festivals and events, raising funds for nonprofit organizations, managing membership programs or other key aspects of the revitalization process. They are providers of services relevant to commercial district revitalization such as market analysis, business recruitment and development, parking and traffic management, special event management, real estate development, architectural/design services, etc.

Members receive a subscription to the MMSA E-newsletter, invitation to the MMSA Annual Awards Luncheon and other special events, mailing of entire program membership list, exhibitor discount at Destination Downtown, and a listing of their services in our online directory.*

*Disclaimer of Endorsement: Any mention of a product, service, company or sole proprietor in the MMSA website or in links to this website shall not constitute nor be construed as an endorsement of any such product, service, company or sole proprietor by the Mississippi Main Street Association. Read complete Terms and Conditions. For more information, see Membership Levels.


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Mississippi Main Street Association
954 E. Fortification Street | Jackson, MS 39202
P.O. Box 55747 | Jackson, MS 39296
Phone: 601/944-0113
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District Offices:
P.O. Box 445 | Columbus, MS 39703 | 662- 364-0435
2515 Demaret Drive | Gulfport, MS 39507 | 228-365-9090
426 Northpointe Lake Dr. | Oxford, MS 38655 | 601-941-5409
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Mississippi Main Street is a program of the National Main Street
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