We are not taking the traditional media bent of left versus conservative, but rather, positive news versus the customary ongoing negative news cycles found in so many news organizations today, stated David Hucks
Myrtle Beach, SC (PRWEB) May 03, 2013
A group of private investors today purchased MyrtleBeachSC.com with the intentions of launching a new visitor interactive, tourism news site.
The company explained that the emphasis of the site was to create relevant information for the over 14 million tourists that visit the city annually. A spokesperson for the company stated that the tone of the organization would not be established along traditional media lines of left versus right, but rather, positive versus negative.
“There are times when I just feel a certain anxiety listening to and reading what leads the national news media today,” said David Hucks, one of the company’s investors. “While MyrtleBeachSC.com will report tourism news in an honest, open, transparent way, there certainly are a lot of positive things to report about our city, being that it is the number two family destination in America with what we believe are the East Coast’s best beaches.”
The organization is set to launch in February 2014, featuring local tourism news, as well as, customer generated reviews on Myrtle Beach related businesses, products, and services. A peer rated review system is in the works that guarantees honesty and accountability in the process.
The company plans to work with other Myrtle Beach industry companies including;
- MyrtleBeachSouthCarolina.com, a highly graphical tourist information site with geo location listings of all area Myrtle Beach companies and organizations. This site launches in June 2013.
- Myrtle-Beach.com, a tourist sharing and entertainment site that launched in 2005 and has over 500,000 current fans on Facebook.
Management from Myrtle Beach Hotels, a limited liability hotel company operating in Myrtle Beach said it welcomed MyrtleBeachSC.com to the community and looked forward to the increased integrity and accountability that they believed this hyper local, company would bring into the market with them.