In the future, CVB members will be given access to the MBACVB Business Intelligence Dashboard where you'll be able to see the latest business indicators and marketing results for the Grand Strand tourism and hospitality industry. Stay tuned for more information. In the meantime, you'll find the latest business intelligence news below. You'll also find results from the previous years here. Email requests or questions regarding any of the research below to email@example.com.
A strong performance for the Grand Strand’s hotels, condo-hotels, and campsites during the first half of 2019. So far in 2019, average occupancy for the Center’s voluntary sample of hotel, condo-hotel and campgrounds rented nightly is up by 1.7 occupancy points, or 3.2 percent, compared with the equivalent period of 2018. During the same time, the average daily rate increased by 1.3 percent, raising revenue per available room down by 4.5 percent.
The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce (MBACC) considers I-73 its number one legislative priority overall, and two new surveys indicate there is great support for I-73 in Horry County.
During May 2019, a total of 301,923 passengers passed through the Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR), an increase of 15.2-percent compared to May 2018.
Each month, the MBACVB gathers the latest economic indicators for the Myrtle Beach area. Following are the latest indicators available as of June 14, 2019. This includes numbers provided by SCPRT and Department of Revenue, Horry County, Horry County Department of Airports, and CCU.
Business Leaders Gather to Endorse Travel’s Economic and Cultural Benefits During National Travel and Tourism Week in Myrtle Beach and chamber provides an update on promotional and advocay activities.
The Myrtle Beach/Conway/North Myrtle Beach metropolitan area is the second-fastest growing metropolitan area in the United States for the third year in a row, according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau. The Myrtle Beach area grew 3.8% last year with more than 1,400 people per month relocating to the area. In the last eight years, more than 104,000 people relocated to the Myrtle Beach area.
Check out the 2018 Myrtle Beach Area Destination Marketing Recap which includes an overview of the marketing strategy, goals and results.
Each month, the MBACVB gathers the latest economic indicators for the Myrtle Beach area. Following are the latest indicators available as of February 28, 2019. This includes numbers provided by SCPRT and Department of Revenue, Horry County, Horry County Department of Airports, and CCU.
Business leaders and elected officials from Horry County often point out how important our local economy is to the overall state economy. Legislators from around the state know that Horry County is helping pay for the projects their constituents depend on. So, with the help of our Business Intelligence Officer, we crunched the numbers. There’s no need to speculate, Horry County is the engine for the state’s economy. Here are the facts: