David Miller, Owner | Whit Miller's Shoe Store

Before you’ve even had your coffee in the morning, David Miller has hand-crafted three leather belts, two leather bracelets and a custom leather gun holster. Everyone from around here knows David. He owns Whit Miller Shoe Store on Main Street in Downtown Mooresville. It’s an unassuming kind of place where customers are greeted like family. And maybe that’s because it’s been a family-run business for going on 90 years.  READ MORE...

John and Elizabeth Maddox , Owners | Big Tiny's BBQ

This video will get your mouth watering over BBQ at BIG TINY’S!  Owners John and Elizabeth Maddox have brought their great love of Texas BBQ and a drawer full of southern family recipes to Dowtown Mooresville.  Tempt your taste buds with slowly smoked brisket, spare ribs, sausages and turkey breast plus delicious sides of puddings, cobblers, pinto beans, slaw and casseroles - all made fresh each morning!  Savor the flavors at their new location on 179 N Main St.  READ MORE...

Drew Myers, Owner | AnnaCraig Boutique

Drew Myers is only 24 and already she’s running a fashion success story - the AnnaCraig Boutique in Downtown Mooresville. Drew was inspired by a friend who owns a clothing boutique in Jacksonville, NC. She loved the idea of helping women look and feel great from head to toe. In June of 2014, Drew took a leap of faith and opened her first women’s boutique in Salisbury, filled with fun, affordable clothing and accessories. Only one year later, she opened a second location on Main Street in the historic heart of Mooresville.  READ MORE...

Learn the stories, passions and history of the entrepreneurs under each awning on Main and Broad Streets. Our new “Discover Downtown” Campaign features a mix of video and in-depth articles that let you really get to know the people behind the businesses in Downtown. They’re friendly, community focused, and their entrepreneurial spirit will make you feel inspired!

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SHOP SMALL! | Featuring Downtown Mooresville

Do something BIG this holiday season.  Shop SMALL!  Of course the best place to start is Downtown Mooresville.  Our streets are lined with mom-and-pop shops full of unique gifts, delightful service, and plenty of local flavor.   Main and Broad Streets offer such a charming retail experience, we wonder why you’d shop anywhere else.  Especially when you stop to consider the economic impact you’re making by keeping your dollars local. Get into the holiday shopping spirit with this video featuring some of our totally charming business owners!  READ MORE...

Dennis White, Proprietor | American Classic Antiques

“There’s an old saying in the antique business…if you want to make a million dollars, start with two million!”  These are the humorous words of wisdom from Dennis White of American Classic Antiques.  This quaint shop located on North Broad Street is full of charm, rare treasures, and nostalgic memorabilia.  Watch the video to meet Dennis and find out why his “genuine” antiques add one more awesome reason to Shop Downtown Mooresville!  READ MORE...

Eric Simelton, Owner | Main Street Barber Shop

Meet local entrepreneur Eric Simelton, owner and operator of Main Street Barber & Hairstyling.  He has a passion for cutting hair and a warm, endearing smile. His joy is infectious, and his old school barber shop even features a barber pole outside!  Born and raised in Mooresville, Eric grew up just a 10-minute walk from Main Street in the Eastern Heights neighborhood. In fact, as an entrepreneur on Main Street, Eric is about as local as you can get!  READ MORE...

Sean Colas, Owner | SugarPops

“Welcome to SugarPop’s! Let’s hope you brought your sweet tooth!!” says Sean Colas, greeting the wide-eyed children who enter his Downtown Mooresville Candy Shop. Sean is part of a new generation of entrepreneurs who are putting down roots in historic Downtown Mooresville. In fact, Sean has become a bit of an icon around town. Whether he’s driving his candy-wrapped car, or walking down Main Street in his cheerful cap, he never gets far without excited greetings from local kids or their parents.  READ MORE...