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Stay informed on legislative issues important to your business and community

TrackBill Legislative Action Center

So often it feels like we hear about legislative issues and potential regulations that affect our business when it might be too late to have our voices heard. In an effort to keep you informed, your Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce is working with TrackBill, a fast, simple, mobile-based service that identifies bills within our areas of interest, tracks the activity, and provides regular updates on the status so that you can stay in the know on state and federal legislative issues. 

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Below are current state legislative bills and their status. Click each to view the status of a bill and to start tracking it.

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Search for bills by number or keyword.


 

TrackBill is the solution government affairs professionals trust for simple, fast, mobile access to state and federal legislative information.

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Sponsorship provides our investors the opportunity for recognition and publicity. For some events, sponsorship will also include tickets to the event, the opportunity to speak to attendees or to distribute promotional items. Check out the Investment and Sponsorship Program and stretch your marketing budget. 

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May 6, 2021

Visit Myrtle Beach Unveils New Brand, The Beach, to Drive Tourism Recovery Responsibly

The refreshed brand, The Beach, and corresponding marketing campaign, “You Belong At The Beach,” are designed to drive safe and responsible travel with new and repeat visitors along the destination’s 60 miles of Atlantic coastline as well as instill a greater sense of community pride among residents

April 23, 2021

We want your thoughts about Myrtle Beach! 

Are you a Grand Strand resident? Visit Myrtle Beach, the organization responsible for promoting the local tourism industry, wants to know your thoughts.