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As the leading advocate for business in the Myrtle Beach area, Myrtle Beach Area Chamber provides leadership and takes action on the issues important to business. We serve as the collective voice for business in the area and are actively involved in supporting legislation and public policies that generate a sustainable business climate.

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IMPROVING THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

Your Myrtle Beach Area Chamber monitors legislation and works closely with local government, General Assembly and congressional leaders in Washington, D.C. to ensure that the interests of the business community are well-represented in public policy decisions. We focus on the political issues facing business, so you can focus on running your business.

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Advocacy Videos

Jimmy Gray, vice president of public policy for MBACC, shares legislative updates.

Legislative UpdateHalf-Way Through Legislative Session - Accomplishments – What's going on in the state legislature so far this session? 

 

Advocacy AgendaWhat's Ahead in 2019 – Learn about your Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce's top three legislative priorities for 2019.

 

Interstate 73 Update
I-73 Update
 – What's going on with I-73? Jimmy Gray, our director of government affairs, has an update for you.



 

Beach RenourishmentBeach Renourishment – Learn what beach renourishment means for the Grand Strand 


 


Voter Information

We encourage investors and community residents to exercise their right to vote. Creating positive change in the Myrtle Beach area starts with you.

  • Voter Registration – Register to vote, find polling places and get absentee applications.

Resource Center

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

  • U.S. Chamber Policy Priorities – U.S. Chamber advocates on issues that strengthen our economy, support our communities, and better Americans’ lives.
  • How They Voted – U.S. Chamber ranks members of Congress for key business votes.
  • U.S. Chamber Membership – Small business investors of Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce can enjoy complimentary membership in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. 


S.C. Chamber of Commerce

  • S.C. Chamber Competitiveness Agenda – Year in and year out, S.C. Chamber’s goal is to fight for policies that make South Carolina the best place in the nation to live, work, and do business.
  • Legislative Scorecard – S.C. Chamber of Commerce's annual scorecard on how state legislators cast their votes on business issues. 

Contact Us

Jimmy Gray

Jimmy Gray
Vice President of Public Policy
843-916-7230

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Minority-Owned Business Contest

In celebration of National Small Business Week in May and in continuing efforts to support and engage minorities in business, the chamber is partnering with TD Bank to award membership to minority-owned businesses.

TD Bank is sponsoring the cost of one year’s dues for four minority-owned businesses. The winning businesses and their employees will have full access to all benefits of chamber membership including a listing in the business directory, free job listings on our Job Board, discounts through our money-saving programs and invitations to networking events and education classes.

Enter the contest

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