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Eight candidates have been nominated to serve three-year terms on the chamber's board beginning Jan. 1, 2024.
Volunteers with Keep Myrtle Beach Beautiful and Leadership Grand Strand joined together the morning of Sept. 11 for a day of service.
Horry and Georgetown counties are under tropical storm warnings as well as high surf advisories and coastal flood warnings in advance of Hurricane Idalia.
Volunteers with Keep Myrtle Beach Beautiful collected about 170 pounds of trash over two days last week.
Keep Myrtle Beach Beautiful teamed up with South Carolina 7, Palmetto Pride, Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette and Miss North Myrtle Beach for a beach cleanup July 18.
This is the second year the chamber and TD Bank held the contest during the month of May as part of celebrations for National Small Business Week and continues the chamber’s efforts to support and engage minorities in business in the Myrtle Beach area.
William Sigmon Sr. was named the Pioneer of the Year, sponsored by Carolina Cool, at the chamber's 2023 Annual Meeting.
Tony Cox was named the 2023 Citizen of the Year during the chamber's Annual Meeting April 13.
Also called Brown Bradley's Promenades, the concert series kicked off their 2023 season Feb. 10 with the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players. The series will feature violinist Soobeen Lee on March 3, soprano Magdalena Kuzma on March 10 and pianist Dmytro Choni on April 14.
The deli is celebrating 35 years in business this year at their original location at 400 Mr Joe White Avenue in Myrtle Beach.
The series, sponsored by TD Bank is for anyone looking to expand their knowledge of concepts related to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) and will explore the opportunities created by inclusive workplaces.