What does the Chamber do?
We support our businesses and organizations and help them to thrive in our community.
We promote and advertise the Winterville community so others will know what a great “slice of the good life” we have.
We are committed to promoting excellence in business and community.
Chamber Champion - Beacon Dental
The Winterville Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce our newest Chamber Champion is Beacon Dental! Beacon Dental provides comprehensive dental treatment to patients of all ages. They offer many services including basic procedures such as dental cleanings, fillings and crowns as well as partials, dentures, root canals, implants, and Invisalign.
Beacon Dental prides itself on being able to create a comfortable and relaxing environment for patients to receive their dental care. They understand that the dental office isn’t everyone’s favorite place to be and work hard to make sure their patients are comfortable and leave with a positive experience. The staff here love getting to know patients and have them join the Beacon dental family!
Dr. Kaitlyn Spencer says she chose Winterville as the home for Beacon Dental as it was very important to her to be able to practice in the community that she grew up in – she’s from Ayden and went to D.H. Conley High. Winterville is a fast-growing community, and she knew that her services would be needed to support this population! Their location on Beacon Drive makes them accessible to not only the people that live in Winterville, but also those in the surrounding areas such as Greenville and Ayden.
The top priority of the Beacon Dental staff is…
A town is also its people. In 1880, Amos Graves Cox brought his barefoot bride to a log cabin near what is now the road to Renston. He began clearing land and eventually built their home and a store there. Like most of his neighbors, Mr. A.G. was a cotton farmer. Earlier, his father, John C. Cox, had invented a cotton planter, which Mr. A.G. improved and began to manufacture in a shop next to his store. The planters were soon in great demand and several hundreds were shipped by steamboat into the deep South each year.