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Explore these MBACC/CVB websites for dining, events and more

MBACC/CVB Websites

Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and Myrtle Beach Area Convention and Visitors Bureau manage several web properties with information that chamber investors, visitors, retirees, local residents and other audiences may find useful.

MyrtleBeachAreaChamber.com - Discover how Myrtle Beach Area Chamber can help your business grow.

VisitMyrtleBeach.com - Find accommodations, attractions, events, restaurants and more!

TourismWorksForUs.com - Tourism Works for Us is an initiative to inform citizens and business leaders about the economic impact that tourism has on the Grand Strand.

MyrtleBeachAreaCVB.com - The place to visit to keep up with the latest news and event information for the Myrtle Beach Area CVB and tourism industry.

VisitGardenCityBeach.com - Year after year, many of the same families return to the small beach community of Garden City Beach for their beach vacation. Discover what your vacation has been missing in Garden City Beach, South Carolina.

VisitSurfsideBeach.com - Along its two miles of pristine oceanfront, visitors find beach houses, hotels, condominiums, restaurants, and a popular fishing pier.

I73.com - Interstate 73/74/75 will bring progress and growth to all six states along the corridor: Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina.

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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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February 20, 2020

MBACC Hosts Leap Year Pet Adoption Event

Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a pet adoption event Feb. 28 at the chamber from 2-5 p.m. with the Grand Strand Humane Society and Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux.

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February 12, 2020

Freedom Readers Named February Nonprofit of the Month

A simple mission to help kids read better led Tracy Bailey to launch Freedom Readers in 2010. It started with just two sites and 40 scholars and students. Today, Freedom Readers serves 20 sites with about 230 children.