Condo-World’s Alex Husner will lead the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce (MBACC) Board of Directors as the newly elected chair for 2022.
Want to spread some cheer during the holidays? Here are some organizations collecting donations.
One in three small business owners claim that they would have had to close all or part of their business in 2020 during the pandemic were it not for the use of digital resources and tools, according to a recent report produced by the Connected Commerce Council (3C) and Google.
Those who like to play the bag-tossing game cornhole are encouraged to compete in the first-ever Cornament to support Substitutes For Santa, an annual charity event that will ensure 120 local children have gifts under the tree this Christmas.
Meet the Coastal Elite Pirates, Myrtle Beach’s new East Coast Basketball League team led by owner and coach Jah’zavier Anderson.
In celebration of National Black Business Month this August, the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce is encouraging African American entrepreneurs to pursue their passions by becoming business owners and operators in the Grand Strand.
Leadership Grand Strand announced it has accepted 27 business and community members from Horry and Georgetown counties to participate in its 42nd class.
Volunteers with Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau will visit six regional health care facilities to provide the staff with an assortment of on-the-go breakfast items.
Touring Tuesdays are back at the chamber. These monthly excursions to local points of interest started back up this Tuesday with a visit to The Historic Myrtle Beach Colored School Museum and Education Center. Located along Mr. Joe White Avenue between Oak Street and Robert Grissom Parkway,...
South Carolina Chamber of Commerce recently named 81 businesses to their list of “2021 Best Places to Work in South Carolina.” Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce five of its investors were named to this list.
Are you ready for Tropical Storm Elsa? Forecasters with the National Hurricane Center predict portions of South Carolina’s coast will experience tropical storm conditions beginning Wednesday and into Thursday morning.
Summer has begun and that means even more sports tourism events for the Myrtle Beach area. In fact, this summer could set records for the number of visitors coming here for sports – from athletes and their families to event organizers and spectators.