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Working together to build a healthy economy and improve the quality of life in the Myrtle Beach area

No matter the nature of your business, our goal is to help you succeed.

Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce’s most fundamental mission is to generate more business activity for the community. The chamber initiates more business-to-business commerce and more opportunities for networking and connecting local professionals than is available through most other local organizations.

Through the power of Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce’s membership, you’ll have access to affordable health insurance plans, office supplies and other money-saving programs. Plus, you’ll want to take advantage of a wide range of free seminars offered through the Chamber Academy ranging from marketing workshops to customer service seminars and more.

We also know that it takes the right mix of tools, networking and know-how for small businesses to succeed in today’s competitive environment. With MBACC, you have years of experience and proven strategies for success at your disposal.

Being a voice for business in the Myrtle Beach area has been the main priority of the chamber since its formation more than 82 years ago. Our leadership programs – Leadership Grand Strand and Grand Strand Young Professionals – walk hand-in-hand with that directive.

No matter the nature of your business, our goal is to help you succeed. Discover what makes our business environment one of the best in the country.

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PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS IN A POWERFUL WAY!

Sponsorship provides our investors the opportunity for recognition and publicity. For some events, sponsorship will also include tickets to the event, the opportunity to speak to attendees or to distribute promotional items. Check out the Investment and Sponsorship Program and stretch your marketing budget. 

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February 12, 2020

Freedom Readers Named February Nonprofit of the Month

A simple mission to help kids read better led Tracy Bailey to launch Freedom Readers in 2010. It started with just two sites and 40 scholars and students. Today, Freedom Readers serves 20 sites with about 230 children.

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January 8, 2020

Call for Annual Meeting Award Nominations

You can't win if you don’t enter! This is your chance to honor standout individuals and businesses. The deadline for this year's annual meeting business and individual awards is March 13. Nominate your business and staff today! Mark your calendar for the April 28 celebration.