One Vision, One Voice

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Pillar Level MCBL Members

Butler Snow
C Spire
H.C. Bailey Companies
Renasant Bank
St. Dominic Health Services, Inc.
Trustmark Bank
Yates Construction

Platinum Level MCBL Members

Adams and Reese
Adcamp, Inc.
Amerigo, Sombra & Anjou
Atmos Energy
CenterPoint Energy
Copeland, Cook, Taylor & Bush, P.A.
First South Farm Credit
Hancock Law Firm, PLLC
Madison County Economic Development Authority
Nissan North America, Inc.
Southern Ag Credit
The Headache Center
Think WebSTORE
Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP


Thank you for visiting our website. Feel free to use this site as a tool to keep up-to-date with what is going on at the Madison County Business League & Foundation. It is here that you can find out about who we are and why we exist.

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Our Mission

The mission of the Madison County Business League & Foundation is to bring together, under one organization, the voice of numerous entities in order to establish a clear and concise message for the future. This organization, which is comprised of elected, appointed, business and individual leaders of Madison County, will enable all partners in business and economic development to participate collectively in bringing together the overall vision for Madison County.

In the News...

Mississippi Automotive Manufacturers Association offers scholarships

The Madison County Business League & Foundation congratulates our member, Mississippi Automotive Manufacturers Association (MAMA), for recognizing the importance of workforce development by offering scholarships to worthy community college recipients!

MAMA-Growing a strong automotive workforce is essential to the health of the automotive industry in our state. Providing support and opportunity is one way MAMA and its members can secure its future workforce. Since 2006, the Mississippi Automotive Manufacturers Association has awarded $143,000 in scholarships to students studying automotive-related fields at Mississippi’s community colleges and universities.

In 2014, the Miss. Automotive Manufacturers Association provided funds to the Miss. Automotive Manufacturers Educational Foundation. The Foundation was established to grow the opportunities for raising more funds for scholarships. The Foundation, due to an increase in fundraising proceeds from MAMA, increase the scholarship program to three additional community colleges in northeast Mississippi, making the total amount awarded $27,000 this year.

Current partner schools are East Central Community College, East Mississippi Community College, Hinds Community College, Holmes Community College,Itawamba Community College, and Northeast Community College.

Mississippi State University and The University of Mississippi are the two university partners.

2014 MAMA Scholarship Recipients

East Central Community College – $1,500 per studentDavid D. Banks
Major – Automotive Technology

Eduardo Santillan
Major- Engineering

East Mississippi Community College:$1,500 per studentAlfred Hill
Major- Automotive Services Technology

Harold Smith
Major- Welding and Fabrication Technology

Hinds Community College: $1,500 per studentJoshua M. McGee
Major – Welding

Trevon Rucker
Major – Auto mechanics

Holmes Community College: $1,500 per studentCharles D. Davis
Major – Electrical Engineering

Robert E. Holmes Jr
Major – Industrial Maintenance

Itawamba Community College: $1,500 per student
Wesley Makade Rodgers
Major – Industrial Maintenance Technology

Dan Lee Turner
Major- Electrical Technology

Northeast Mississippi Community College: $1,500 per student
Larry W. Roach, Jr.
Major- Automotive Technology

Tate Alan Maness
Major- Automotive Technology

Mississippi State University: $2,500 per studentChristopher Cullum
Major- Industrial and Systems Engineering

Chris Crosby
Major- Industrial and Systems Engineering

University of Mississippi: $2,000 per studentJacob Dylan James Moorhead
Major- Mechanical Engineering w/emphasis in manufacturing

Lisa Schalk
Major- Accounting; Minor – Manufacturing Engineering

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Madison supervisors receptive on conference center proposal

Supporters of a Madison County conference center got a green light Monday from county supervisors to begin working with key county officials on ways to cover the $13.8 million to $18 million cost of a 63,000 square-foot center. Read More

Education & Government Relations Committee Luncheon

The Madison County Business League & Foundation (MCBL&F) Education and Government Relations Committees hosted a luncheon meeting on Wednesday, August 12, 2015, at The McGowan Center located on the Ridgeland Campus of Holmes Community College. Read More

First Course Offering @ Global Training Institute in Madison County!

This is very exciting for both The Global Training Institute and the Madison County Bio-Medical Business Collaboratory! Congratulations! Read More

MCBL&F Health and Wellness Committee Luncheon

Deidra BellThe Madison County Business League & Foundation Health & Wellness Committee held a luncheon meeting on Monday, August 3, 2015, at the Mississippi Hospital Association. Read More

Madison County Economic Indicators for 2015

The University of Southern Mississippi Masters of Economic Development Program at the Trent Lott Center for Economic Development and Entrepreneurship updated the Madison County Economic Indicators for 2015. Read More

Business community offering free back-to-school supplies in Canton

Crowds of parents and teachers are expected to flock to Canton for a Back-to-School Rally and Health Fair that will be hosted by the North Madison County Excel by 5 Coalition on Aug. 1.  Read More

Download the 2015 2nd Quarter Newsletter

Newsletter “One Vision – One Voice” is our objective, and it makes sense that, while the MCEDA staff is working tirelessly to promote Madison County for expansion of existing business and enticing new business to come to the county, we have all of you as “foot soldiers” to sing the praises of what we have to offer to industry in Madison County. We can waste our time and get wrapped up in the gossip surrounding social media or we can, on a continual basis, have land now known as MegaSite, natural resources, workforce training, etc…, to ensure that Madison County continues to grow and solidify new jobs for our economy. Read More

Health & Wellness Committee Luncheon

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Newsletter from the Mississippi Office of the State Treasurer Lynn Fitch

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