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Keep Myrtle Beach Beautiful will be joined by Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette and Miss Myrtle Beach for a beach cleanup May 23 and volunteers are encouraged to join us.
GSYP is comprised of young professionals in the Grand Strand area with the purpose of engaging and connecting existing and future young professionals. Our goal is to provide members with exclusive networking activities, workshops, and resources that foster their personal and professional...
Larry Bragg was posthumously awarded the honor at the chamber's annual meeting April 21.
Get to know our April Leading Business of the Month sponsored by South State Bank.
Keep Myrtle Beach Beautiful is gearing up to celebrate Earth Day all April long. Find out how you can join us in our efforts to promote, protect and improve The Beach.
Meet our April Nonprofit of the Month sponsored by South Atlantic Bank.
Cap’n Cork is a bottle shop, tap room and coffee bar located in the shopping center behind Chick-fil-A in Murrells Inlet.
While celebrating their 10th anniversary, Design the Sign was named the chamber's Leading Business of the Month sponsored by South State Bank.
The Barnabas Horse Foundation facilitates the hope and healing of individuals who have suffered abuse and trauma using equine-assisted psychotherapy.
Help us welcome Canadians at the The Beach during Can-Am Days!
The new council is chaired by Pablo Chavez.
Santee Cooper was honored as our February Leading Business of the Month sponsored by South State Bank in a presentation Feb. 7.