North Myrtle Beach Chamber Of Commerce, Convention & Visitors Bureau Announces Membership Awards Gala Business Of The Year Winners
March 14, 2018, North Myrtle Beach, S.C. – The North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce, Convention and Visitors Bureau hosted its’ Annual Membership Awards Gala this past Saturday, March 10, 2018.
“Our members work hard all year to ensure they are successful in their endeavors and that they are bringing positive change to our community,” said North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce, CVB president and CEO, Marc Jordan. “The membership awards gala gives us the opportunity to thank our members and recognize a select few of the many leaders we have in the region. We were honored to highlight the business of the year nominees and celebrate the winners this past Saturday evening.”
The Business of the Year winners for the 2017-2018 Membership Awards Gala are as follows:
New Member Business of the Year: Melt
Small Business of the Year, 1-10 employees: Sea Server, LLC
Large Business of the Year, 11+ employees: J & J Air
Excellence in Customer Service Business of the Year: McLeod Health
Excellence in Community Service Business of the Year: Tidelands Health
Non-Profit Organization of the Year: North Strand Optimist Club
Ambassador of the Year: Michelle Mate
Chairman’s Award Winner: Martin Heat and Air
About the North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce, Convention and Visitors Bureau
The North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce, Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), an accredited five-star Chamber/CVB founded in 1999, continues to lead by example as an exemplary local business advocate and supporter, as well as a champion of North Myrtle Beach as a top travel destination within the Southeast. Since its founding, the Chamber/CVB has been whole-heartedly committed to advancing the welfare and prosperity of North Myrtle Beach while achieving a thriving, diverse and sustainable economy. In addition, the Chamber/CVB is committed to growing the North Myrtle Beach visitor and destination market by distinguishing the coastal beach town as a premiere travel destination. North Myrtle Beach welcomes millions of visitors each year to “Just Coast” on pristine beaches and through unexpected adventures, representing an economic impact of $1,124,549,932 in North Myrtle Beach, and an additional $219,234,620 in the surrounding area in March – August of 2016. The North Myrtle Beach travel industry accounted for nearly 14,000 jobs and generated more than $117,000,000 in state and local taxes in 2016. For additional information about the North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce, CVB and the area of North Myrtle Beach, visit www.northmyrtlebeachchamber.com and www.explorenorthmyrtlebeach.com, like the chamber’s Facebook page and follow them on Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest.