Female Entrepreneurs Trail

Pictured: King Chicken Fillin’ Station is known across the South for its scrumptious fried chicken.
Credit: Adam Robison/The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
It’s the supportive community in Tupelo that has given Jeri Carter the opportunity to thrive.
Credit: Queen’s Reward Meadery
Bev at Farmhouse Tupelo with her range of specialty paints.
Credit: Allie Randle, Tupelo CVB
Tupelo artists Lujan Perez and MJ Torrecampo created a mural in Downtown Tupelo depicting Tupelo’s history.
Credit: Thomas Wells, The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal via AP.
Lauren McElwain believes the language of food is a great unifier.
Credit: @cookingasafirstlanguage (via Instagram)
Husband and wife duo Amanda and Jason Hayden own and run the popular Cafe 212 on Main Street.
Credit: Amanda Hayden (via Instagram)
Follow in the footsteps of our inspiring female entrepreneurs and see why Tupelo is where tomorrows are made.
Credit: Caron Gallery
Shirley Hendrix spreads positivity to her customers every day.
Credit: Instagram @r_b_specialty_printing

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