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
The 10-month program begins August 2021 and explores topics such as Grand Strand history, tourism and economic development, government and politics, education, law enforcement, human services and the arts.
The 2021 WCCC Corporate Cup Challenge will be a fun and unique opportunity for investors of Myrtle Beach Chambers of Commerce to show off their passion for chili and charity.
Leadership Grand Strand's Ann DeBock Leadership Award honors a Leadership Grand Strand graduate who exhibits outstanding leadership and service in the community.
Housed in a Facebook group called Local to Local in Myrtle Beach, the community seeks to connect Grand Strand locals to the best of the beach by creating opportunities to share memories, recommendations and good news from across the region.
Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that eight new board members were ratified at the meeting of the board of directors on Oct. 28.
Each year a new board chair is elected by the existing MBACC board of directors to provide oversight and leadership to the chamber. Billy McGonigal will step into this important role in January 2021.
Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention & Visitors Bureau has been presented with a 2020 Readers’ Choice Award from ConventionSouth. MBACVB is one of 380 CVBs, meeting facilities and hotels across the South to receive this year’s award and one of only 19 in the state of South Carolina.
Twenty-eight area business and community members were selected for Leadership Grand Strand Class XLI. The program provides leadership training and development and a thorough overview of the Grand Strand area.
Following an unusual finish to the annual Leadership Grand Strand (LGS) program, the 26 participants in Class XL have graduated. The commencement follows 10 months of leadership development, Grand Strand education and 75 hours each of community service projects.
Each year from May 1 through Oct. 1, Department of Health and Environmental Control, area municipalities, nonprofits and universities routinely collect water samples along the coastline, testing bacteria levels, particularly enterococcus bacteria.
The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce (MBACC) Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council presents the Educated Voices On Leading and Valuing Equity (EVOLVE) series. This new series will provide an in-depth look at diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.
The Greater Grand Strand Promise is designed to provide clear recognition for the commitment made by businesses, residents and visitors to protect the health, safety and well-being of everyone.