Leadership Grand Strand (LGS) is pleased to announce that Tracy Bailey, Ph. D., is the recipient of the organization’s Ann DeBock Leadership Award. Bailey is the CEO of the Boys and Girls Club of the Grand Strand in Myrtle Beach and the founder and executive director of Freedom Readers, an...
The IRS is dealing with a backlog at the start of the tax filing period. What does that mean for you or your business?
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,...
South Carolina Chamber of Commerce recently named 81 businesses to their list of “2021 Best Places to Work in South Carolina.” Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce five of its investors were named to this list.
Are you ready for Tropical Storm Elsa? Forecasters with the National Hurricane Center predict portions of South Carolina’s coast will experience tropical storm conditions beginning Wednesday and into Thursday morning.
Myrtle Beach Area Chamber is eager to share the many faces behind our ambassador program who give their time to supporting chamber investors. This month, we are spotlighting Kim Fowler with Fowler Life Coaching.
Summer has begun and that means even more sports tourism events for the Myrtle Beach area. In fact, this summer could set records for the number of visitors coming here for sports – from athletes and their families to event organizers and spectators.
Chamber Academy features a wide range of seminars for businesses – marketing workshops, customer service classes, small business forums and more.
Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau summer internship program has resumed with three college and university students participating.
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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...