Benson Biz Vidz!
We're excited to share the stories of Benson's awesome businesses! Look for these videos on our social media as we make our way around town in the next few months!
T-N-T Fitness is a 24-hour gym in downtown Benson. They offer an extensive list of group workouts, meal plans, training regiments and more!
Family is the heart of TNT and they always have a smile ready for whoever walks in to workout. Owner Nick Thornton said Benson's small town vibe helps make TNT the welcoming place that it is.
Glenda's Sweet Shoppe and Grille is your destination for hamburgers, corndogs, soup, chicken salad, and ice cream — and, boy, do they have some delicious flavors!
If you're looking for a tasty lunch before heading back to the office or to beat this summer heat with a scoop (or two or three) of ice cream — Glenda's just can't be beat.
Jenny's Sweet Creations
Jenny Campbell is Benson's "Queen of Christmas." Jenny's Sweet Creations has been baking up amazing concoctions like "coconut munchies" on Main Street for 19 years!
Stop on by at 221 E. Main St. to try her wonderful cakes and candies and get a true taste of the Christmas season!
The Grind Coffeehouse
The Grind Coffeehouse & Creamery is more than just a convenient stop right off the Benson exit — it's a local coffee shop with a lot of heart!
The Grind has been open just over a month at 607A E. Main Street! Stop on by and try out their delicious Larry's Coffee and Hershey's Ice Cream!
Mule City Specialty Feeds
Mule City Specialty Feeds has been serving Benson and the surrounding areas since 1958. Their clientele ranges from crickets to cows and anything in between!
If you’re an area farmer or equestrian enthusiast or you have a bunch of any kind of animal, we encourage you to check out Mule City Speciality Feeds! You’ll be glad you did!
The Preston Woodall House
The Preston Woodall House is one of North Carolina's premier wedding and event venues — and it's right here in Benson (201 East Hill Street)!
Originally constructed in 1910, this house has seen a lot of history. Joel Hurley and Dale Herring spent several years restoring the property and now the venue sees hundreds of visitors each year.