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Save Money, Be Comfortable, Live Happier by Melissa LaScaleia  Jeff Thompson started Carolina Energy Conservation with his friend, Fred Baker, out of his garage in Surfside Beach nine years ago.  “I’ve always had a passion for energy conservation,” he says, speaking of his start in the industry. As the oldest of five children, Jeff remembered …

Serving Campers and The Community For Over 30 Years by Melissa LaScaleia In the late 80s, the owners of Ocean Lakes Family Campground started a small golf car business within the campground so people could traverse the 310 acre property as well as one mile of beach front property with greater ease. Greg Bender is …

Your One-Stop Shop For All Your Home Needs by Melissa LaScaleia Eric Richards was born and raised on a dairy farm in the South. “In the country and on the farm, you have to rely on yourself to get things done,” he tells the Insider in an interview.  “I learned a lot from growing up …

Real Living

It’s More Than a Name Change For Us by John Jobson We are happy to announce that we, Properties At The Market Common, have established higher goals and expectations in 2018 than we envisioned just eighteen months ago when we opened our new office on Farrow Parkway.  That was an exciting time for us, and …

The Man Making Strides in the Realm of Entertainment by Melissa LaScaleia For Jerry Dalton, founder and organizer of the Myrtle Beach International Film Festival, there isn’t a better location in the world for a film festival than the Market Common.  He prefers it even to Sundance’s location in Park City, Utah.  Here the weather …

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To understand our Myrtle Beach history, of how it was birthed into being and took shape, it’s important to look at the history of what surrounds it.  Thus our history section for this month continues where we left off— with the settlement and expansion of Charleston, one-and-a-half-hours south of Myrtle Beach.  As we saw last …

Dragon Boat

The Upcoming 10th Annual Dragon Boat Festival Is Poised to Make A Splash April 28 by Melissa LaScaleia It’s a year of tens.  Not only is it the tenth year anniversary of the Market Common, but also of the Dragon Boat Races—the annual festival that is held by Ground Zero Ministries in the Market Common …

Recipe Corner

This is a totally adorable dessert from Melissa’s recipe box that will delight all audiences young and old. Making it is half the fun, so plan to do it with those you love most, and it will soon become a yearly tradition. It’s impressive and surprisingly easy, and you can use a box mix cake …

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Join The Celebration With the Taste of the Market Common and More on April 21 by Melissa LaScaleia This April marks the tenth anniversary of the Market Common, and to celebrate, the Market Common office is hosting a big bash with fun for the whole family.  The 10th Year Anniversary Celebration will be held on …

Meet Your Neighbors

Market Common Residents – Mark and Jill Robbins by Melissa LaScaleia Introduce me to your family.  I live with my wife, Jill Robbins, and my two little Havanese dogs, Jack and Kelly.  They are brother and sister, a Cuban breed that would run behind elephants at the circus; they are adorable. Why did you move to …