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.
Eastern Carolina Housing Organization is our August Nonprofit of the Month sponsored by South Atlantic Bank.
Cayce Company named August Leading Business of the Month sponsored by South State Bank.
After much deliberation, CCMF officials announced the postponement of the Carolina Country Music Fest until June 10-13, 2021. Find everything you need to know about the rescheduling.
These organizations are helping in the COVID-19 relief and need your help with food and financial donations. Investors also are offering services to keep Grand Strand Strong.
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.
Check out MBACC's newest investors. Welcome to the chamber!
It has been disheartening to see recent news stories reporting our Grand Strand area as one of the United States’ hottest spots for COVID-19. For decades, the Myrtle Beach area has been a beloved tourism destination, serving hospitality and generating family memories.
Due to the surge in amusement industry cancellations, the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce Advocacy Team worked directly with these places of amusement, state lawmakers and agencies to address this burden on an industry already at its knees.