One Vision, One Voice

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Partner Level MCBL Members

Madison County Economic Development Authority

Pillar Level MCBL Members

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

Platinum Level MCBL Members

Adams and Reese
Adcamp, Inc.
Amerigo, Sombra, Char, Anjou & Saltine
Atmos Energy
Brunini Grantham Grower & Hewes, PLLC
CenterPoint Energy
Copeland, Cook, Taylor & Bush, P.A.
First South Farm Credit
L-3 Vertex Aerospace
Levi Strauss & Company
Memphis Communications Corporation
Merit Health
Nissan North America, Inc.
Pettis, Barfield & Hester, P.A.
Southern Ag Credit
The Headache Center
Think WebSTORE


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.

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...

MCEDA Unveils New User-Friendly Website

The Madison County Economic Development Authority (MCEDA) is pleased to announce the launch of our new, user-friendly economic development website. The website, designed by Raborn Media in Gluckstadt, MS, features three main buttons on the homepage to help targeted users easily navigate the site. The three main targeted users are Site Selectors, Existing Businesses, and Community Stakeholders. Please click here to view the site:  Read More

MCCT Awards grant to Madison County Library System

The Madison County Business League & Foundation is proud to announce that the Madison County Community Trust (MCCT) awarded a $10,000.00 grant towards the purchase of a mobile media lab. The mobile media lab will serve the municipalities and the unincorporated areas of Madison County.
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MCYP Nissan Tour

A group of the Madison County Business League & Foundation Young Professionals toured Nissan North America – Canton on Thursday, June 14, 2018.

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Wyatt Waters painting auctioned

In 2005 the Madison County Foundation commissioned talented watercolor artist Wyatt Waters to travel to Washington DC to paint Senator Thad Cochran seated at the piano in the Weber House. The painting was auctioned at a MCF fundraiser and presented to special guest Senator Cochran. Unable to accept due to ethics rules at the time, the original painting was on loan to the MCF which later merged in 2014 with the Madison County Business League to form the Madison County Business League & Foundation. The painting will be returned to Senator Cochran to hang in his archives at the University of Mississippi!

Shown with Wyatt Waters signing numbered prints at Senator Thad Cochran’s official retirement dinner. The prints were sold to benefit “Extra Table.”


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A Great Day for America's Veterans

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2018 Legislative Session Recap from Representative Joel Bomgar

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Madison County Business League and Foundation congratulates MCEDA

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Download the Summer 2018 Newsletter

2018 Summer Newsletter The Madison County Business League & Foundation 2018 Summer Newsletter is now available for downloadRead More

Entergy Mississippi, Inc. recently awarded Madison County $20,000 for environmental updates

Entergy Mississippi, Inc. recently awarded Madison County $20,000 for updates to environmental studies on the Madison Megasite.

Madison County is one of 10 counties in Entergy’s service area that will share $75,000 in grants for projects to make them more competitive among companies looking to establish or expand their operations.

Pictured are: Economic developers from 10 Mississippi counties, including (from left) Britt Herrin, Tate County Economic Development Foundation; Danielle Winningham, Madison County Economic Development Authority; Pablo Diaz, Vicksburg – Warren County Chamber of Commerce; Cary Karlson, Washington County Economic Alliance; Milton Chambliss, Claiborne County Economic Development Authority, and Matthew Harrison, Grenada County Economic Development District.

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Representative Cory Wilson looks back at the Session

As Summer Begins, a Look Back at the Session.

The 2018 Regular Legislative Session is in the books. The outlook for Mississippi’s economy appears to be strengthening, yielding a slight boost in revenue for the FY 2019 budget. We provided small increases for education, Child Protective Services, the Department of Public Health and the Department of Public Safety. We also set aside two percent of revenues for the state’s rainy day fund.

We have unfinished business, too. Most of the thousands of bills filed each year do not survive to become law (thank goodness). In fact, one of my bills (among those that died), House Bill 347, would provide that the legislature convene only every other year. I’d like to see the legislature convene less, and focus more on key priorities. But I digress.

There were some important agenda items that died this year, a point of frustration for me and for many of you. There is talk about a Special Session to address funding for roads and bridges, but as of this writing, Governor Bryant has not called legislators back to Jackson. Now that the dust has settled, you can review a detailed summary by clicking here. As always, thank you for your ideas and thoughts on what we did, and did not, do!

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