Tourism Updates & News

In-Person Meetings, Group Travel Resurges

In-Person Meetings, Group Travel Resurges

Tired of virtual meetings? If so, you're not alone. According to data from U.S. Travel, more than two-thirds of Americans are feeling “Zoom fatigue" with 63 percent of those surveyed noting that they are tired of web conferencing or virtual meetings and are eager to...

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New Study: American Workers Need To Recharge, Travel More

New Study: American Workers Need To Recharge, Travel More

National Plan For Vacation Day sheds light on how taking a vacation can help releive worker burnout During "National Plan for Vacation Day," celebrated on Jan. 25, the U.S. Travel Association puts out its call encouraging workers to plan their annual vacations and use...

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Winter Wonderland Festival Attracts 20,000+ Attendees

Winter Wonderland Festival Attracts 20,000+ Attendees

Organizers To Increase Offerings For Year Two More than 20,000 people attended Myrtle Beach’s inaugural Winter Wonderland at The Beach festival, which ran Nov. 26, 2021, through Jan. 2, 2022, and included a 50-by-70-foot real-ice skating rink and a walk-through light...

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IT’S A BUSY HOLIDAY SEASON AT MYR

IT’S A BUSY HOLIDAY SEASON AT MYR

Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) Sets New Records With Passenger Traffic This Holiday Season According to officials at MYR, total passenger traffic during November 2021, which includes both arriving and departing passengers, totaled 203,777 compared to 85,420...

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Myrtle Beach amps up its year-round appeal

Myrtle Beach amps up its year-round appeal

New ‘Winter Wonderland At The Beach’ Festival Adds To Grand Strand's Holiday Events & Attractions After a highly successful summer and fall tourism season in Myrtle Beach that placed the area among the ranks of Orlando, Las Vegas and New York City in terms of...

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