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Winceyco, LLC
Limited liability company
Industry Arts, education, publishing
Founded 2003[1]
Founder Wincey Terry
Headquarters Vauxhall, New Jersey, U.S.[1]
Area served
New Jersey
Key people
Wincey Terry, CEO[2]

Winceyco is an entertainment group specializing in education in the state of New Jersey, with an emphasis on musical assembly series for schools and churches. The company was founded by Wincey Terry, a professional vocalist who has worked with Spike Lee, Bill Cosby, Tina Turner, and Garrison Keilor.[3] The group travels throughout the New Jersey region, delivering about 100 performances annually.[4]

Programs and services[edit]

"Black Wax" was a production featuring Wincey Terry, a trio of musicians, and five actors and singers, and including a musical number paying tribute to "inventions created by African Americans, including the refrigerator, the pencil sharper, the gas mask, horseshoes, peanut butter, and crystallized sugar."[5] "African Discovery through Music" was a musical chronicle of the Underground Railroad[6] that was televised live.[7]

According to the Winceyco website, the business has expanded into book publishing.[8]


  1. ^ a b "Business records", Business ID: 600173266, Filing date:June 24, 2003,
  2. ^ "Expression through poetry", Candace Waller, Courier News, July 10, 2002,
  3. ^ "Events / Black history program traces music's origins", Karen Sudol, The Press of Atlantic City, February 25, 1997,
  4. ^ "Swaying to the beat of black history", Richard Quinn, Asbury Park Press, February 25, 2006,
  5. ^ "Let me hear you clap your hands", Linda Reddington, Asbury Park Press, February 13, 2008,
  6. ^ "Events set for Black History Month Events celebrate unity and spirit of black history", Susan Evrard, Asbury Park Press, February 2, 1999,
  7. ^ "Our Towns", Courier News, February 11, 1999,
  8. ^ "Cover To Cover Book Publishing",

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