The Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce (MPCC) and the Town of Mount Pleasant have joined forces once again. This time to encourage residents to support local restaurants and other food and beverage establishments. The third annual Dine Where You Live campaign begins on February 1 and will continue through the end of February.
“We’re excited to join forces once again with the MPCC for the #DineWhereYouLive initiative,” said Mayor Will Haynie. “We take pride in promoting ongoing support for Mount Pleasant’s restaurant community and shining a spotlight on the numerous contributions they make to our town.”
Dining locally supports the food and beverage establishments that are owned and operated by your friends, neighbors and family members and keeps dollars in our local economy. Every week, the Chamber will give away a $50 gift card for a Mount Pleasant restaurant to one lucky diner who posts a photo of their dining experience at a participating Mount Pleasant establishment on Instagram or Facebook and follows the instructions on how to enter.
Participating establishments include (as of 1/31/24):
* Denotes MPCC Members
Simply post a photo of your dining experience at a participating establishment on Instagram or Facebook.
Tag @mtpchamber, @experiencemp and the participating location.
Include the hashtag #DineWhereYouLive
“The annual Dine Where You Live campaign is a way for everyone to embrace the amazing flavors of our community. The MPCC is proud to once again partner with the Town of Mount Pleasant as we continue to support our local restaurants. We invite everyone to join us in this culinary adventure to savor our homegrown businesses. Participation in Dine Where You Live is open to all restaurants in our local community,” remarked MPCC President Kathi Herrmann.
For more information on how to sign up as a participating business and a list of already participating businesses, visit https://www.
Since 1992, the MPCC has brought together business leaders from the East Cooper community for mutually beneficial purposes. The membership is a mix of professions including advertising, publishing, finance, health care, food and beverage, hotel, retail, insurance, legal, and service businesses of every description. MPCC aims to encourage business and community success East of the Cooper. MPCC was named a Noteworthy Network in the 2023 Lowcountry Diversity Leadership Awards by the Charleston Regional Business Journal and Best Activist Group or Effort in Best of the Best 2023 by Moultrie News.