Renewing Members: March 2020

  • For a complete list of businesses who have renewed their Chamber membership for another year, click here.
    *This list is updated throughout the month.

Featured Event

Tuesday, April 28, 2020 | 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Greenville Convention Center

The 2020 Pitt County Business Expo, presented by Suddenlink, showcases Greenville's and Pitt County's finest businesses and organizations under one roof, featuring products and services from 120 + vendors.

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Ambassador Spotlights - March 2020

Demika Cherry - Next Level Cleaning Services, LLC

Being a Chamber Ambassador means that I can make substantial changes in the lives of others through networking, witness or testimony.  I am able to connect newcomers and businesses to resources within the community and be more involved by giving back.  Being a member of the Chamber means Next Level Cleaning Services, LLC will be more connected to other businesses and allows us to create valuable partnerships.

Megan Jones - Woodforest National Bank

Being a Chamber Ambassador means being an active piece of my community.  The Ambassador program has opened many doors for me here in Greenville and allowed me to integrate myself in this amazing community.  My employer, Woodforest National Bank, describes itself as a community bank; what better way can I serve my clients and community than giving back in any capacity I can.  The partnerships I have forged with the Chamber and its members are priceless.

Grady B. Mullis, Jr. - East Carolina Council, Inc. | Boy Scouts of America

Being a Chamber Ambassadors gives me the opportunity to do one of things I love — develop new relationships in Pitt County.  Pitt County is a great place to live and work, and I am committed to being an advocate for our wonderful culture here.  Serving as an Ambassador brings visibility and good will to my employers and gives me the opportunity to grow our reach with new volunteers.

Ribbon Cuttings

The Kathy Taft Center for Excellence and Leadership in Education held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, March 12, 2020 at 2010 Allen Road in Greenville.  The Taft Center is named after Kathy A. Taft, a beloved former Pitt County Schools (PCS) leader who tragically passed away in March of 2010.  Mrs. Taft was a founding member of Pitt County Communities in Schools and served as vice chairperson for the PCS Board of Education.  Taft was appointed to the state Board of Education in 1995 by Governor Jim Hunt.  A scholarship has been established in her name.  The Taft Center will be a hub for innovative teacher training and support and serve as a district meeting space.