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Join GSYP

Beginning in 2022, two GSYP membership are included with membership to Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce. Additional employees of investor businesses or people who are not employed by an investor business will continue to pay the $60 annual membership fee. Memberships renew July 1. 

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Benefits of Joining

Community Service

GSYP is a service-based organization that is passionate about giving back to the community. Throughout the year, GSYP participates in various community service projects. The young professional group also has its own charity called Substitutes for Santa held in partnership with SOS Healthcare each December.

Networking

GSYP members are able to network and socialize at different businesses along the Grand Strand monthly. If your business is interested in hosting GSYP, email Caroline.Yahnis@VisitMyrtleBeach.com

Education

Throughout the year, GSYP offers different educational opportunities to help our members grow and evolve.

A GSYP membership also grants you a limited membership to Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce. You can attend Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce networking events and Chamber Academy education classes with your GSYP membership.

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