Take measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Wear a face mask, wash your hands frequently and practice social distancing. A face mask is required by several municipalities throughout the Grand Strand. Read More
Maps and stats of known cases of COVID-19.
Reaching out matters a lot. We're honored to share positive stories of our community finding new ways to help each other during the coronavirus pandemic.
Message from Karen Riordan asking you to make the Greater Grand Strand Promise.
Businesses are reopening, and locals are returning to work. But recovering from such an unprecedented event will take some time and it will require the support of area residents.
Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce has launched a local campaign to encourage residents to support small businesses as they work to recover from their recent financial losses.
Myrtle Beach was founded as a vacation destination for families and we are going to do everything we can as a chamber to support our city and our law enforcement to ensure we remain one of America’s favorite family beach destinations.
Everyone is excited to hear that the Grand Strand beaches are open, and resorts and hotels are now allowed to take new reservations! While that is great news, opening at this time is going to require people to visit responsibly.
We are working with area leaders to prepare for a safe Memorial Day weekend. Our CVB team is developing messaging reminding guests to visit responsibly.
Just because we are practicing social distancing doesn’t mean we’re allowed to forget about Mother’s Day though, and we bet your mom won’t let you forget!
As businesses across the Grand Strand slowly being to reopen, there remains concern from business leaders about unemployment benefits and how they will affect workforce readiness in the coming weeks.