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
Keep Myrtle Beach Beautiful program receives official certification.
Understanding the six critical areas of business will help you spot and fix problems. Watch the replay of this Chamber Academy class presented by Brandyn Miller with CLEAR Message.
Teens who want to pick up a summer job or even start working part-time after school and on the weekends, now have the opportunity to see what employment opportunities are available in the Grand Strand without even leaving their classrooms.
Find a great summer job! Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, Myrtle Beach Area Hospitality Association and Horry County Schools are hosting a Virtual Job Fair for Horry County students.
Gov. Henry McMaster spoke to MBACC's Advocacy Council on topics including I-73 and jobs.
A message from Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Karen Riordan following the April 1, 2021, decision by City of Myrtle Beach officials to lift the mask mandate placed on businesses.
MBACC took to the stage and applauded some of the best businesses and individuals in our Grand Strand community during our 82nd annual meeting.
BeachCHURCH is a nondenominational church located on George Bishop Parkway in Myrtle Beach near Fantasy Harbour.
Tidelands Health is the largest health care provider in Horry and Georgetown counties. With four hospitals and nearly 60 outpatient locations, Tidelands Health is delivering superior health care to the people of the Tidelands region.
The North Strand, South Strand and West of the Waterway Councils of Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce (MBACC) will present a virtual series titled Business Strategies for Surviving and Thriving During COVID-19.
Help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community by receiving a free COVID-19 test.
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.