March 2021 Newsletter

Mar 22nd, 2021

 


The Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation

The mission of the MBREDC is to lead Horry County’s efforts in attracting, growing, and retaining sustainable businesses that create jobs. How do we achieve this goal? We recruit industries to our county that are a good match to our workforce, our properties, and our communities. We support our existing industries and provide resources for expansion assistance. Our assistance is free and ongoing.
We are able to accomplish our mission through public and private funding. Each member partner of the MBREDC is saying YES to job creation. It takes all of our partners working together to get the word out that the greater Myrtle Beach area
IS
 a prime business location.
Join us in creating an AWARENESS of the MBREDC.
Know an industry who is interested in relocating to Horry County? Contact us.
Know an existing industry who is interested in expanding? Contact us.
Know a business who wants to support job creation? Contact us.
Follow us on Facebook. Like and share our posts. Tag us in your posts.
Follow us on Instagram. #MBREDC #supportingjobcreation
Follow us on LinkedIn.
Link Us Back. All MBREDC partners are linked on the MBREDC partner webpage. Display our logo as a proud member of the MBREDC with a link to our webpage.

TOGETHER we can CONNECT, GROW, and PROMOTE Horry County.
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South Carolina Department of Commerce

ECONOMIC OUTLOOK


 

Grand Strand homes flying off market could be fueled by pandemic

Homes along the Grand Strand are selling at record levels, and most of the sales are for brand new homes, but why? The head of the realtors association for coastal Carolina said it’s for a number of reasons, but the pandemic is intensifying them.
READ MORE


INFORM SC – PERFORMANCE MAP & MATRIX

Inform SC is the new online hub to access reports detailing SC Commerce’s recruitment track record and the incentives awarded to businesses over the last 10 years. The interactive performance map provides comprehensive, county-by-county recruitment data, and the matrix outlines project-specific information and is updated daily.

 

 

Did You Know?

Need assistance with vaccine information?

Call DHEC’s Vaccine Information Line at 1-866-365-8110 for answers to vaccine related questions and help finding contact information you need to make an appointment.
Or visit DHEC for more information.


Is your business trying to recover from Covid?
Check out these budget friendly marketing tips from BBB.
BBB Business Tip: 7 ways to market your local business on a low budget
The MBREDC has many partners that specialize in these areas.
Contact us for a list of referrals.


Interviewing for a new job? 
Covid has changed the way we do everything. Don’t make these mistakes when interviewing on-line.
Zoom Job Interview Mistakes to Avoid

With Small Businesses Permanently Changed By The Pandemic, Owners Looking To Vaccine-Driven Recovery

2021 Economic Impact Payment Status Available

 

 

In the News

Conway Community for People with Autism Opens First Home
The goal is for Oak Tree Farm to become a community where adults with disabilities can be together and feel safe.


Congratulations
Dargan Construction is proud to have it’s Marriott Breakers Resort project featured on the cover of the American Concrete Pumping Association’s Spring 2021 magazine. As explained in the article, Dargan Construction and their partners at Concrete Materials Placement (CMP) are diligently working on the 25 story hotel in the heart of Myrtle Beach. The hotel is an estimated 200,000 square feet, has 230 guest rooms, wonderful amenities and is expected to open in the spring of 2022.



Link to full article

 

 

Upcoming Events

 

Look for Information on Upcoming Spring Events 


Member to Member Networking Event
Thursday, April 22, 2021 @ HGTC


Industry Meet and Greet @ Shade and Shutter Expo- May 20, 2021
Existing Industry Event Only


Myrtle Beach Pelicans Social- TBD

Event dates, locations, and times are subject to change and/or cancellation due to COVID-19 updates from the CDC. 



POSTPONED
MBREDC Annual Meeting

In consideration of our members and to adhere to CDC recommendations, 
the MBREDC Annual Meeting
will be held at a later date.
The MBREDC will determine
a new date by the end of First Quarter 2021. 



Interested in Sponsoring 2021 events?
Contact sjames@mbredc.org or 843-347-4604


 

 

 

 

Partner News



Long-term care insurance offers more than just nursing home coverage

The first image that often comes to mind when people think about long-term care is an
elderly person sitting alone in a depressing nursing home. The misconceptions about what
long-term care involves and peoples’ images of the most common care settings are
understandable, since long-term care insurance originally started as nursing home insurance
four decades ago. However, it has evolved into a much more flexible solution that allows you
to receive care in a variety of settings.

Most of us want the ability to age at home, in a familiar setting surrounded by family and
our favorite things. The fact is, 90 percent of adults who need long-term care services
receive assistance at home or in another community setting.

If the level of care you need evolves over time, most long-term care insurance policies not
only allow you to transition to a nursing home, but some may also provide you with
support during the transition. Since you can’t predict the care you might eventually need,
it’s important to have the flexibility to choose the setting that best fits your needs at any
given time.

While most people hope they won’t ever need to worry about long-term care, the reality is more than half of Americans will need long-term care assistance after age 65. Women are even more at risk, primarily because they tend to live longer. The thought of not being able to care for yourself can be difficult and creating a plan for care can be daunting. However, it’s best to not let long-term care planning get pushed aside, because your age and health both factor into whether you’ll qualify for insurance and how much you’ll pay for coverage.

For more information about long term care options, contact:
Ulitza Kronemeyer
843-957-0577
ukronemeyer@ft.newyorklife.com
1312 Professional Dr., Myrtle Beach, SC, 29588
https://www.newyorklife.com/agent/ukronemeyer


 

 

New & Renewing Partners

 

 

 

COVID UPDATES

Fact Sheet for Recipients and Caregivers of COVID-19 Vaccine

MBREDC Partners that offer Cleaning and Disinfectant Services:

A&I Fire & Water Restoration
Carolina Cool
FSA/Belfor – Full Steam Ahead

MBREDC Partners that offer PPE (Personal Protection Equipment)/Essential items:
bFIVE40
Carolina Food Service
Cool Ideas Marketing
FastSigns
Integra Fabrics
Proforma Marketing

If you would like to be included in our list please email sjames@mbredc.org

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COVID-19 resources for businesses are constantly changing.

If you need more assistance with available resources please visit this up-to-date site at:
COVID-19 Resources

 

 

MBREDC Chairman’s Partners

    

                    

                 
                        
          

To stay up-to-date on everything happening in our area that pertains to our partners and Horry County, follow us on Facebook and Instagram. For more information about the Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation, contact us at info@MBREDC.org or (843) 347-4604.

 

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 All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
P.O. Box 261966
Conway, South Carolina 29526

(843) 347 – 4604


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