The Senator's Place hosts GRAMMY discussion

In order to help the community better understand economic opportunities related to the opening of GRAMMY Museum Mississippi, a gathering was held on Monday, February 22 at The Senator's Place in Cleveland. Representatives of the museum were present along with regional elected officials, Delta State administration and department heads, and members of the Mississippi Development Authority. The discussion addressed a broad variety topics on entrepreneurship opportunities, local ordinances and laws, and educational visions involving the museum. Attendees were treated to a meal provided by the restaurant. 

Attendees surveyed after the gathering responded overwhelmingly that this was a worthwhile event.

Comments from attendees:

Good info, good food, really good experience
This is a great economic development opportunity for Cleveland. The presenters were very knowledgeable.
Enjoyed everything, very informative