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Mt. Pleasant Community

Smelter Service Corporation takes great pride in calling the City of Mt. Pleasant home, and we value our relationship with the surrounding community. One of SSC’s core values is “Making Our Community a Better Place,” and we strive to make a positive impact with every decision we make. Smelter Service proudly contributes each year to organizations like the Kids on Stage Foundation of Maury County, Maury Alliance, Columbia State Community College, the Community Development Corporation of Mt. Pleasant and downtown retail establishments.

Mt. Pleasant is full of history and small town charm, and we believe it is an excellent place in which to live and work. Here are just a couple of reasons why our community is so special:

Mt. Pleasant Community Development Corporation (CDC) is an economic and community development organization that is dedicated to leading the “community revitalization efforts” in the City of Mt. Pleasant. Our vision statement:

The City of Mt. Pleasant will be a vibrant community with a high quality of life that utilizes its resources in creating social, economic, and educational opportunities that are available to all of its citizens, while maintaining an appreciation for its historic past and unique charm.

The CDC is a non-profit, organization that is responsible for coordinating and implementing a Five-Year Strategic Plan for the City of Mt. Pleasant. The responsibilities of the CDC include the following: promote tourism, revitalize the downtown Mt. Pleasant business district, and provide support to existing businesses/industries.


A little history…

100 South Main has always been the hub for the Mt. Pleasant community. Initially, the location began has a three-story bank in 1909.

Years later, it was turned into Barnes Drug Store, which was a drug store and café where one could enjoy “lots of milk shakes, malts, ice cream and banana splits.” Doc Barnes, the owner-manager of Barnes Drug Store had a policy that “if you played football, basketball, or whatever sport, and our team won, you got a free milk shake.”

During the 1930’s & 1940’s the upstairs was used for entertaining and featured Grand Ole Opry stars Eddy Arnold, Minnie Pearl, and Roy Acuff among others.

Now 100 South Main is home to the Mt. Pleasant Grille—more than just an eatery!