Dorian has passed with minimal impacts to the area and like you, we are ready to welcome more people than ever to the Myrtle Beach area. This past weekend, we notified our visitors that Dorian had left the area and that our beaches were in great shape. We also reactivated the “Stretch Your Summer” fall campaign in all markets. Here are a few highlights of how we’re inviting visitors back to Myrtle Beach following Dorian:
Working together, the City of Myrtle Beach, the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) have launched a new “Check My Beach” brochure and web page. Both are designed to provide quick access to water quality information and general beach safety tips.
The Myrtle Beach Area, known locally as the “Grand Strand,” suffered only minimal damage from hurricane Florence. While our community is grateful that the storm did not wreak much havoc on our beautiful 60-mile shoreline, we are well aware that our neighbors were significantly impacted by Florence and the subsequent flooding. In the spirit of giving to those in need, many Grand Strand businesses are extending special discounts and offers to people who have been displaced by this terrible storm.
For the latest travel and business resource information following Hurricane Florence in the Myrtle Beach area.
Your Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce/CVB wants to remind our investors and community that our goal is to help restore services and programs to the Grand Strand business community as soon as possible. Our disaster recovery plan is ready to go. We encourage everyone to put safety first. And when the time is right, we'll join you in announcing the Coast is Clear With Roads Leading to Myrtle Beach and We're Open for Business.