Tourism Updates & News

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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Myrtle Beach Businesses Ready To Welcome Back Canadians

Myrtle Beach Businesses Ready To Welcome Back Canadians

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.— On Monday, Nov. 8, 2021, at 10 a.m., the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce (MBACC) and Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) held a celebration event at their downtown Myrtle Beach Visitor Center to welcome back Canadian and Snowbird visitors....

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Summer ’21 visitor volume exceeds ’20 & ’19

Summer ’21 visitor volume exceeds ’20 & ’19

MYRTLE BEACH AREA OCCUPANCY DATA SHOWS SUMMER 2021 VISITOR VOLUME NUMBER EXCEED PAST TWO YEARS! Good news for those who rely on the tourism industry for their livelihoods. Summer 2021 was one of the busiest on record, according to initial findings. Following the Labor...

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CHECK MY BEACH PROGRAM WINS DHEC AWARD

CHECK MY BEACH PROGRAM WINS DHEC AWARD

Beachgoers in Horry County are able to receive up-to-date water quality and safety information thanks to the online resource CheckMyBeach.com. On Aug. 24, 2021, officials with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) bestowed the Check...

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MYR’s Busiest Summer On Record

MYR’s Busiest Summer On Record

It’s been a busy year at Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR). So busy, MYR was the busiest airport in the state this June and July. This is the first time MYR has surpassed Charleston’s airport’s deplanement and enplanement rates. Detailed passenger statistics...

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Big Wins for Myrtle Beach Area in State Budget

Big Wins for Myrtle Beach Area in State Budget

In 2020, Governors and other state leaders around the country were forced into pondering challenging budget and revenue questions that would exist long after COVID-19 was in the rear-view window. States that closed their hospitality economies would face revenue...

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