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Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce continues its efforts to assist area businesses in filling job openings with two upcoming events.
The refreshed brand, The Beach, and corresponding marketing campaign, “You Belong At The Beach,” are designed to drive safe and responsible travel with new and repeat visitors along the destination’s 60 miles of Atlantic coastline as well as instill a greater sense of community pride among residents
Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau is continuing efforts to develop creative solutions to the worker shortages faced by businesses throughout the Grand Strand.
The Grand Strand is growing its craft brewery scene with three new breweries opening in the area within the last year.
On April 22, the Children’s Recovery Center (CRC) held an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new building and office spaces located adjacent to its current Myrtle Beach location on Legion Street.
Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention and VIsitors Bureau will provide a Visit Myrtle Beach marketing and brand update, including a sneak peek of the summer campaign.
Along with announcing the formation of Keep Myrtle Beach Beautiful, the chamber is celebrating Earth Day by encouraging businesses, residents and visitors across the Grand Strand to participate in beautification projects today and every day.
Teens who want to pick up a summer job or even start working part-time after school and on the weekends, now have the opportunity to see what employment opportunities are available in the Grand Strand without even leaving their classrooms.
Gov. Henry McMaster spoke to MBACC's Advocacy Council on topics including I-73 and jobs.