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Drain The Swash Campaign Begins

John Rhodes

DRAIN THE SWASH CAMPAIGN TO LAUNCH 2017 The mood in Myrtle Beach appears to be in sync with national politics as local merchants plan to  launch a 2017 “Drain The Swash” campaign.   A group of local merchants states they intend to ensure that the oceanfront is bacteria free for the …

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City Harasses Natalias


Multiple business owners located in the Myrtle Beach Superblock voiced concerns claiming the city harasses Natalias Bar & Grill and other business owners in the Superblock area. The Myrtle Beach Superblock is located one block from the ocean directly west of the former Myrtle Beach pavilion. “I did not come here, …

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Report Says Media Paid Kickbacks to Myrtle Beach Chamber

Corporate News

  Report Says Media Paid Kickbacks to Myrtle Beach Chamber News reports from a Columbia, SC online news organization states evidence it has obtained that the SC Department of Revenue is looking into alleged paid kickbacks to the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce from corporate media. The Myrtle Beach …

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Conservation League Says Quality of Life Matters In Horry

Carolina Bays

International Drive Route Along Lewis Ocean Bays Preserve Conservation League Says Quality of Life Matters Along With Growth. Retirees Agree Earlier this month the U.S. District Court in Florence upheld an Army Corps of Engineers permit that allowed some preliminary work on the 5.6-mile road from Carolina Forest to S.C. …

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Black Bike Week 2017 Will Happen

Black Bike Week

Black Bike Week 2017 expects to draw another 300,000 motor cycle enthusiasts to the Myrtle Beach area from May 26 to May 29, 2017. Black Bike week  is historically one of the busiest weekends of the Myrtle Beach season. Attendants of the 2016 Myrtle Beach event  expressed both anger and …

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When Questioned Local Leaders Hide

John Rhodes and Brad Dean

  City Myrtle Beach Area Chamber Leaders Duck Hard Questions The local Sun New article of just yesterday exposes a pattern of how the city and Myrtle Beach Area Chamber leaders duck hard questions from the media.  Sun News Reporter Chloe Johnson questioned  Keith Pierce of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber …

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