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Champions Autism Network has set out to help spread autism awareness!

Bringing Awareness to the Neighborhood by Becky Large   Champion Autism Network, Inc. (CAN) is a nonprofit autism awareness organization based in Surfside Beach, South Carolina. CAN was founded in 2012 by Becky Large, a business professional and mother of a child on the spectrum. She started by creating the Autism Community Education (ACE) program …

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The Insider at the Market Common was wondering… Why you need a dog walker? Dogs are social creatures, just like us. Leaving him alone in the back-yard or apartment will depress him, which will decrease his immune system function. He needs to be with friends most of the time for his immune system to function best. Making …

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Market Common is hosting the Holiday Bazaar this month!

Dave Vail is the man responsible for helping organize the vendors at the Holiday Bazaar in the Market Common. “It takes 2 hours to get everybody set up and spaced out accordingly,” he tells me. “This will be the third year I’m doing this. And this is the fifth year for me working for Waccamaw …

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Travinia is the best Market Common Italian restaurant.

A Casual Italian Restaurant in the Heart of Market Common by Melissa LaScaleia   Travinia is owned by Marc Craig and Kevin Cox, who first opened the Italian restaurant in Greenville, SC, ten years ago. Since then, they’ve opened eight other locations in areas between Virginia and South Carolina. Both love good quality wine and …

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Paws Pet Spa pampers dogs of all breeds under 100lbs.

A Tranquil Oasis for You and Your Pooch Creating Calm, Pretty Dogs in the Market Common By Melissa LaScaleia   Katie Fleming has been working as a dog groomer for 11 years, seven of those, in the Market Common. “I’ve seen the Market Common grow up, and the puppies I’ve groomed have puppies,” she tells …

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Simplicity Reigns for This Self-Made Local Businessman by Melissa LaScaleia
   Tevos Zatikyan moved from Armenia to the United States in 2006. A professional volleyball player in his native country, upon arriving in America, he settled first in Brooklyn, New York. There, he worked five different kinds of jobs over a five-year period because he …

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The Insider at the Market Common introduces a feature on Roto-Pat.

For All Your Damage Repair Needs in the Market Common and Beyond by Melissa LaScaleia   Patrick Hermann lives life passionately with no regrets. As the son of an army man, he grew up in Virginia, Hawaii, and Tennessee. He graduated from Coastal Carolina University with a BS in marine science, and has lived in …

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Market Common Insider brings you the second and final part to our story on ShipOnSite.

A Neighborhood Shipping Service With a Big Heart, Part 2 by Melissa LaScaleia   Frank Espinal, the owner of ShipOnSite, a neighborhood shipping business in Myrtle Beach, is an accomplished man. Since the army veteran turned entrepreneur opened his doors in 2007, he’s grown the ShipOnSite concept from three profit centers to seven to include …

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The Christmas Edition of Charlies Corner presented by the Insider at the Market Common.

Charlie’s Corner is the domain of Charlie, the furry four-legged lady’s man of Market Common. Each month, he’ll share information to help all new, visiting, and existing doggie community members get the most out of life alongside their human companions. Here, we’ll feature his reflections on what it’s like to be a dashing downtown doggie, …

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SSB Hurricane Matthew - Market Common

Every home is vulnerable to flooding. Just an inch of water can cause thousands of dollars’ worth of damage. More than half of the dwell- ings damaged by the October 2016 floods and Hurricane Matthew were located in low-risk areas. Floods can happen anywhere and anytime. A National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policy protects valu- …

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