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Myrtle Beach Chamber Goes After Council Candidate

Brads Board

All 26 board members of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce published a letter to the editor of the Sun News yesterday entitled, Tourism tax is working well, and chamber is a good steward of those funds.  Afterwards, Myrtle Beach Area Chamber  (MBACC) favored incumbent Randal Wallace quickly shared the …

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Myrtle Beach Transformation Day 2 – A City In Denial


Several bright and emotionally healthy political challengers have stepped forward for the offices of Myrtle Beach City Council and Mayor of Myrtle Beach. MyrtleBeachSC.com believes many of these candidates have the talent to help move the city into greater health. DENIAL Key business owners along ocean boulevard believe Myrtle Beach’s …

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Myrtle Beach- From Protest To Transformation

Elected Myrtle Beach officials and the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber C.E.O. Brad Dean have named 2017 as the Year Of Social Media Protests. Area leaders including Mayor John Rhodes, County Council Chairman Mark Lazarus and Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce C.E.O. Brad Dean have each worked to either belittle …

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Ed Carey Addresses City Issues

Ed Carey for Mayor

Mayoral candidate Ed Carey addressed a concerned group of residents at the Dunes Club on Tuesday, August 8th.   Afterwards, Carey took questions from the group.  Residents expressed their frustrations that ran the spectrum from city-wide crime, a lack of downtown growth, heavy handed government practices, un-audited tax funded organizations, …

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Ed Carey Brings True Leadership To Mayor’s Race

Ed Carey

Ed Carey, who was the Senior Construction Manager for the owner’s development team at Market Common, announced to all media his intentions to run for Mayor Of Myrtle Beach this November. Carey is well-known locally for being among the most informed on city related issues. Residents and merchants consider him …

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Myrtle Beach Chamber Expands Social Strategy

Chamber Fake Page

According to an article published yesterday by the Myrtle Beach Sun News, the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce has created a new social media Facebook page called, Keeping Myrtle Beach Safe. The group was created to appear “grass roots”.  It currently has 393 members. “It’s a new strategy for …

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The Coming Myrtle Beach Storm

Coming Storm

At the Myrtle Beach City Council meeting yesterday,  City Manager John Pedersen informed residents the city will be taking down barricades lining Ocean Boulevard this Thursday, July 27th,  by close of business.   Downtown merchants want the barricades down.  They say the fences scare off potential customers. Downtown merchants report …

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Who The Heck Is Matthew Hardee?

Long time, multi-generational Myrtle Beach resident, Matthew Hardee invited every local corporate news channel to the announcement of his intentions to run for Myrtle Beach City Council yesterday.  No news group,  other than the independently owned news team of MyrtleBeachSC.com showed up. Who the heck is Matthew Hardee?  AND just who …

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Hobeika Family Continues To Invest In Myrtle Beach

Mike Hobieka For Council

Mike Hobeika announced yesterday his intentions to run for Myrtle Beach City Council. He likely needs few introductions to any who live in the town.  The name Mike Hobeika is 100 years in the making.  Mike’s grandfather,  Mike Hobeika Sr., built one of the first buildings in downtown Myrtle Beach. …

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