Little River Chamber of Commerce News
According to Monica Vehige, administrator of McLeod Seacoast, the newly built patient tower “is so much more than just bricks and mortar."
The Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber’s Business Diversity Council will host a two-part Minority Certification Workshop on Sept. 6 and 20.
Jim McLean, Little River's central Edward Jones Financial Advisor, will serve as host for the Little River Chamber of Commerce's networking event, Chamber Connections, from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 21. His office is located at 440 Hwy 90 E, Suite 6, Little River, SC 29566.
The U.S. Small Business Administration, a go-to resource and government-supported voice for small businesses, reminds small business owners in South Carolina of the availability of low-interest disaster loans.
South Carolina Disability Employment Coalition, an interagency that aims to address issues surrounding workers with disabilities, invites local businesses to an employer summit Oct. 9 during National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
Little River Watersports hosted Chamber Connections on June 19, providing Chamber members the chance to level up their business connections and develop new relationships in the community.
Ultimate Pet Services and Pet Sitters International are educating owners about reputable, professional pet sitters through the Get A Real Pet Sitter campaign.
The South Carolina Emergency Management Division hosted AFTER MATTHEW: A Disaster Recovery Workshop for Coastal Businesses on Jan. 26 in Myrtle Beach.
Featuring fresh seafood, live entertainment and gifts galore, Little River’s annual World Famous Blue Crab Festival is now accepting applications from potential vendors and sponsors for its two-day 2018 fair slated May 19-20.
Gathering underserved students just once weekly for one-on-one time can go a long way, so Horry County School District is partnering with United Way to give kids an academic boost via “United to Learn.”
For safeguarding Little River ‘round the clock every day of the year, Horry County police officers recently merited a round of gratitude from the Little River Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center via a donation.
Whether creating a website, improving searchability, pinpointing clients or crafting business identity, a free 1 p.m. (EST) Nov. 21 online seminar can make a difference for business owners, the Little River Chamber of Commerce announced recently.
The Beach Company recently donated scholarships to eight students at the Greenville Technical College through the college’s Quick Jobs with a Future program.
The communications and marketing coordinator of the Little River Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Center recently received the Little River Community Leadership award.
The third annual Saltwater Highland Games will take place from March 23-25, 2018, at the North Myrtle Beach Park and Sports Complex.
LifeQuest Swim & Fitness is hosting the next Little River Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours networking event Aug. 15 from 4-6:30 p.m at 4390 Spa Drive in Little River.
One of South Carolina's most anticipated events, the Little River ShrimpFest, is coming in the second week of October.
One software consultant with potential solutions beyond the proverbial carrot or stick will offer his ideas from 9-10 a.m. Aug. 3 at 1180 Highway 17 North, Suite 3 (CresCom Bank building, second floor) in Little River.