Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau: A Resource For Our Community During Covid-19 and Beyond: September 2020

The Seacoast Artists Gallery: Our Local Community Art Spot: September 2020

Market Common Dentistry: Enjoy the Benefits of State-Of-The-Art Technology With Family-Like Care: September 2020

Elko Spas, Billiards & Pools: Isn’t It Time To Relax: September 2020

Graham Golf Cars: Offering Sales and Service for Myrtle Beach’s Favorite Toy: September 2020

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Tidelands Health is the largest health care provider along the Grand Strand, and serves both Horry and Georgetown counties. The not-for-profit 501(c)(3) has more than 2,000 employees and multiple service lines and ambulatory sites, as well as two acute-care hospitals and two inpatient rehabilitation hospitals. All of these resources means more comprehensive care for the …

With the current climate of Covid-19 people now more than ever before want to know how to clean and disinfect their homes and businesses properly to stay safe. A poll by The American Cleaning Institute has found that 4 out of every 10 Americans are not using disinfectant sprays and wipes properly— a scary statistic. …

Window Genie of Myrtle Beach offers a variety of services for their residential and commercial clients and condo associations; they specialize in installing window tints and film; and cleaning windows, roofs, gutters and more. Window film is something that many people may not be that familiar with, but its benefits are many. Films are made …

 

 

A Message from Our Team

I handle the distribution, operations, storage and processing for our Insider publication. I also safeguard the IT, and handle the security, safety, and health and welfare for our office.

We’re all seeing lots of changes due to Covid-19, both close to home at the Insider, as well as across the business world. At the Insider, Covid is causing us to think about things for the future differently in terms of how we deal with our distribution and mailing policies.

All in all, there’s no aspect of our publication that hasn’t changed due to the current circumstances. But we’ve adapted and continue to adapt to meet the changing needs of the times, as we’re driven to keep the best product out there on the racks.

The economy functions like a large machine— you move one gear or lever and you don’t know how the rest of the machine will be affected. We’re all collectively learning how this economy machine works during a crisis like Covid.

One organization that has been a tremendous support for the community and our local economy is the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and CVB. Our front page article highlights the actions that the Chamber has taken and continues to take in response to the economic affects of Covid. Consequently, unemployment numbers in Myrtle Beach have stabilized at 10%, resurging from significant lows.

We take the approach that you have to face something like this by doing what you know, to get your part of the economy machine across the finish line the best way you know how. Along the way, you’re always learning and figuring out how to do it better and better, which ultimately gives you more skills and becomes a source of greater empowerment.

This September, as we celebrate Labor Day weekend with the usual bbq and fun fanfare, it’s with an extra nod of recognition and thanks for those who have and continue to innovate, uplift, and inspire, helping to carve out new pathways so we can all navigate our way forward during these times.

– Charlie Miller  Director of Operations

 

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This month, Charlie takes up a new hobby and sets his sights on the stars.   Every August or thereabouts I get fanciful and tend to wax poetical about that phrase, the dog days of summer (the nomenclature of which I still can’t decide if I find offensive or flattering). According to some accounts, these …

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Introduce me to your family.  I live with my son, Zachary Paul, he’s 24; and my husband, Dennis Collins. Where are all the places you came from? Where do you live now? I lived in Buffalo, NY, and then moved down here. I live in Loris now. Why did you move to this area? My …

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Hoyt LeGrand Hendrick was born in Conway, South Carolina on January 24, 1924 to parents Robert O’Neil and Minnie Cannon Hendrick. Growing up during the roaring 20s, he served in the U.S. Army during World War II, and received both the Purple Heart as well as the Bronze Star for his service and sacrifices in …

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The Ancient Romans had great regard for the lemon, due to its many uses and healing properties, as well as for its beauty, which enhanced the appeal of their lavish gardens. Lemons grow in sunny Myrtle Beach, and if you’re lucky enough to have a tree or two, you’re sure to delight in this recipe …

Pomegranates have been revered by numerous countries and cultures throughout the centuries, from Armenia and Azerbaijan, to the tables of modern day London, where the bulky fruit became all the rage after the publication of the cookbook Ottolenghi in 2018, and the little seeds bedecked dishes from eggplant to ice cream across the city.  In …

There are many sundries characteristic of the holiday season, but none so quintessentially homey as the sight and smell of gingerbread.  Gingerbread traces its origins to ancient Greece and was immensely popular by the Middle Ages.  Over time, as is wont to happen, creativity took hold, and gingerbread were fashioned into all manner of shapes …

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