Wearing a mask is recommended at some locations throughout the Grand Strand. Please practice patience as many businesses are not fully staffed yet and are doing their best to take care of every guest. Read More
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,...
Business Bulletin recognizes new employees, staff promotions, relocations and expansions, awards, class and convention attendance, new websites, and year-end accomplishments for top real estate producers/sales.
Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau summer internship program has resumed with three college and university students participating.
Get to know the newest investors.
South Carolina Lt. Gov. Pamela Evette spoke to Myrtle Beach Area Chamber’s board of directors during a multiday trip to the area that included touring area businesses.
According to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, companies can require employees to be vaccinated and request proof of vaccination. However, many businesses are instead, encouraging or incentivizing vaccinations. Yet, even incentivizing vaccinations can cause questions or concerns...
Palmetto Goodwill is the June Nonprofit of the Month sponsored by South Atlantic Bank
Learn more about Juneteenth celebrations around Myrtle Beach.
Renew by July 31, 2021, and be entered into a staycation drawing.
Monarch Roofing is our June 2021 Leading Business of the Month sponsored by South State Bank.
Not only is Spirit the airport’s largest carrier, it’s also offering more bright yellow planes to our coastal skies in order to meet the growing demand of the Grand Strand, according to Christie, who revealed that Spirit’s summer schedule will now offer nearly 200 flights each week with nonstop...
Being prepared before a disaster strikes makes sense yet many people fail to take even simple steps to reduce the consequences of destruction produced by nature, machine failure or human error.