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Charlie Market Common Insider November 2017

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, …

Market Common Insider November 2017

Brigadier General Joel T. Hall was born in 1935 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. His career trajectory brought him to serve the United States Air Force as commander of the Myrtle Beach Air Force Base in 1984. Hall Lane, which intersects with Cook Circle near Iris Street in the Market Common, is named in his honor. …

Market common Insider November 2017

A Perspective and Historical Account by Lynn Mueller On October 16, 1939, the Myrtle Beach Town Council concluded that the community was in dire need of a municipal airport. Given this conclusion, the town purchased one hundred thirty-five acres of adjoining property. Shortly thereafter, the airport was named the Harrelson Municipal Airport. It was named …

BNI Market Common Insider November 2017

Supporting Local Business Owners One Connection at a Time by Melissa LaScaleia Business Networking International, BNI, is a professional networking group whose core principles are community based. It helps members, the Insider at the Market Common included, grow their businesses through a structured and professional referral marketing program, by providing them with a local network …

Market Common Insider November 2017

Making Connections, Making a Difference with Audrey Williamson by Melissa LaScaleia Audrey Williamson is a financial advisor with Edward Jones, and relocated to Myrtle Beach in 2014 from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Upon her arrival, she joined the Newcomers Club of the Grand Strand. The Newcomers is a women’s networking and social organization with about 200 …

Market Common Insider Surfside Beach November 2017

Welcome to the Insider! Surfside Beach is aptly known as “The Family Beach.” It is a community filled with incredible business venues and sites to visit. It has a population of over four thousand full-time residents and borders two miles on the Atlantic Ocean with a pristine, sandy beach. The Town is comprised of ocean-front …

Promoting a Fun Fitness Lifestyle in the Market Common by Melissa LaScaleia “I’m different from most bike shop owners,” Jim Whitmore, the owner of Pee Dee Bicycles in the Market Common tells me, “in that I had zero knowledge of the industry when I began. I worked in corporate America, and I was looking for …

Market Common Insider November 2017

A Local Spot That’s Tuned Into the Community By Melissa LaScaleia Remedies Pub and Pizzeria is a bar and eatery hangout spot three miles from the Market Common, owned by Scott Ordway, a Myrtle Beach firefighter. Remedies caters to a local crowd; it isn’t much of a stop on the tourist gamut. They serve food all …

Market Common Insider November 2017

A Neighborhood Shipping Service With a Big Heart, Part 1 By Melissa LaScaleia Frank Espinal had vacationed in Myrtle Beach for 30 years before he moved here in 2006. He worked as a corporate director for a Fortune 500 company for many years before he retired and went into business for himself in 2007. “When I …

Market Common Bike Paths are easily accessible and fun for all ages.

The Bicycle Trails in Our Market Common Community Did you know that there are bicycle paths that weave their way over, about, through and around the entire Market Common?  Some of them connect, and others truncate abruptly.  We, at the Insider decided to find out the rhyme behind the reasoning for their existence, and where …