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The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce (MBACC) and Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) is pleased to announce Andrea Hardwick has been promoted to Oak Street Visitor Services Manager.
In this capacity, Hardwick will work with Diana Greene, MBACC Chief of Administration, to maintain the operations of the visitors center through various duties such as serving its patrons and visitors to the chamber, supervising visitor center staff and coordinating with the Airport Visitor Center Manager, managing the monthly calendar of events and the Project Lifesaver Program, and serves as a backup to the Facilities Manager.
Additionally, Hardwick will support the group sales division and member services with various projects as well as assist investors and community members who arrive at the chamber offices.
The Oak Street Visitor Center welcomes approximately 2,000 patrons annually, providing various resources to residents and visitors, including more than 300 brochures on businesses and services located across the Grand Strand. The center is located within the chamber’s office building at 1200 N Oak Street in Myrtle Beach and is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
“Andrea brings a wealth of experience to this position and we’re fortunate to have her lead the operations of our Oak Street Visitors Center,” Greene said.
Hardwick has been with the chamber for 17 years and has served as the Assistant Manager of the Oak Street Visitor Center for the last three years.
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