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
It has been disheartening to see recent news stories reporting our Grand Strand area as one of the United States’ hottest spots for COVID-19. For decades, the Myrtle Beach area has been a beloved tourism destination, serving hospitality and generating family memories.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the first Pride March, a celebration that began in honor of the Stonewall Riots of 1969 that helped further the rights of the LGBTQ community in our country.
Message from Karen Riordan asking you to make the Greater Grand Strand Promise.
Watch this message from Karen Riordan asking everyone to take the 2020 Census.
The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber condemns discrimination, exclusion, and marginalization based on race and ethnicity in our community and anywhere in the world. And we stand with those peacefully protesting and speaking up to have their voices heard as they march for justice. The Grand Strand...
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.
As a reminder, there will be some planned peaceful demonstrations in the Grand Strand area today, including in the City of Myrtle Beach and Conway.
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.
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.
To ensure our tourism businesses have clarity on how to reopen safely in the wake of this pandemic, we launched the Accelerate Myrtle Beach Recovery Task Force in collaboration with the Myrtle Beach Area Hospitality Association.