The Morrisville Business Association is dedicated to strengthening the economic viability of Morrisville’s business community.
Morrisville Business Association’s vision is to aid and inform its members on relevant topics and issues through speakers at membership meetings, articles in quarterly newsletters, support for grant applications and other special programs. The MBA also strives to draw local, as well as out-of-town buyers to the community by providing a clean, safe and inviting atmosphere in which to shop. Working today with an eye on tomorrow, the MBA is building a strong foundation for the future of Morrisville’s business district.
The advantages of MBA membership
FREE listing on the MBA website including a link to your website
FREE article in our newsletter about your business
FREE coupons on our website if you offer a discount or freebie
FREE listing in the full color business & visitors guide
FREE exposure through our Welcome Wagon partnership including discounts with Welcome Wagon
DISCOUNTS to our dinner meetings and events
MBA group health insurance offers significant coverage and discount advantages
MBA unity provides community recognition
MBA membership provides business-to-business connections
Board & Committee Members
MBA Committee Chairpersons and Members
Being on the Board or a Committee of the MBA, gets your name and company noticed. Become a Board or Committee member today! Send an E-mail to MVBusAssoc@gmail.com and let us know your interest.
Named for Robert Morris, financier of the American Revolution, the Borough of Morrisville is located at the falls of the Delaware River across from Trenton. Historically, the town has strong ties to both Trenton and Philadelphia.
Originally a village located in Falls Township until it was partioned as a Borough by the Pennsylvania Legislature in 1804. Morrisville is home to: Graystones, the site of the first land purchase in Pennsylvania; Williamson Park, a great site for recreation and outdoor activities; Summerseat, the 1765 Georgian mansion that once served as Washington's headquarters, and the Actors' Net of Bucks County, a year-round non-equity theatre company, to name a few.