Meet at Marina Inn at Grande Dunes with
2015 Weekday Fall Value Dates
Take advantage of these available
2015 Sunday - Thursday value dates at a tremendous savings!
Aug 9 - 13 ● Aug 16 - 20 ● Aug 27 - 28
Aug 30 - Sep 3 ● Sep 28 - Oct 1 ● Nov 8 - 11 ● Nov 15 - 17
Nov 29 - Dec 3 ● Dec 6 - 10
and receive a complimentary choice of.....
● One hour beer & wine reception
● Continental breakfast with coffee, juice & pastries
Myrtle Beach Area Welcomes Visitors With Open Roads, Sunshine
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C.
While national and regional media coverage regarding the recent storms and floods quickly created questions and concerns from visitors, the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce immediately implemented a plan to address concerns and reassure travelers that the Myrtle Beach area businesses and its beaches are open for business. Utilizing the current fall campaign "60 More Days of Summer," the chamber has added messaging to the campaign advising visitors that the area is open for business, with all roads open and leading to the Myrtle Beach area. Visitors in over 70 key markets are receiving Myrtle Beach's updated advertising via digital, broadcast, website, social media and e-mail marketing channels.
The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce continues to refine its fall campaign with updated visitor travel information designed to minimize lodging cancellations by reassuring and welcoming travelers to come see Myrtle Beach this fall season
If you are thinking about visiting soon, the sun is out again at the Marina Inn at Grande Dunes! Myrtle Beach was very fortunate in that we received little overall damage from the South Carolina flooding; however, surrounding areas and our neighbors in Columbia are heavily impacted.
Message from the Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce...Hope to see you soon!
BEACH-LIKE WEATHER CONDITIONS AWAIT
MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA, VISITORS THIS WEEKEND
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (OCTOBER 6, 2015) – The Myrtle Beach area of South Carolina looks forward to welcoming visitors this weekend as forecasts show normal, beach-like weather by week’s end. Travel conditions have improved and will continue to improve in the coming days, which will allow vacationers to enjoy the area, including its memorable attractions and beautiful beaches, as usual.
“We are fortunate our beaches will be up and running and ready for visitors by the week’s end. We expect to have a busy weekend at local hotels and attractions,” said Brad Dean, president and CEO, Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce. “Anyone who has visited the Myrtle Beach area knows our fall weather is typically gorgeous and sunny. We look forward to welcoming folks back to the beach.”
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