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Is your business minority-owned? TD Bank is providing chamber membership to four minority-owned businesses. Enter now

Membership Contest Sponsored by TD Bank

Celebrating Diversity and Small Businesses

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.

For those without access to submit online entry, this form may be printed, completed and returned to Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, Attn: Amanda Bailey, 1200 N. Oak St., Myrtle Beach, SC 29577.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Business must be 51 percent or more owned by a minority, marginalized or underrepresented demographic such as: Black or African-American, Hispanic, Native American, Asian-Pacific, Subcontinent Asian, woman, veteran or disabled person.
  • Business must not already be investors with the chamber.
  • Business must be located in Horry or Georgetown counties.
  • Business has been legally operating for at least one month.
  • One entry per business.

View official rules, terms and conditions.

Please submit this form for entry to the raffle by May 31, 2022. Winners will be notified no later than June 15.


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