Hosting hundreds of thousands of leisure passengers each month, Myrtle Beach International Airport (MYR) represents a highly visible advertising canvas for local and national companies to reach a constant stream of new potential customers. Corey Airport Services can help your company make the most of this opportunity by creating a custom-designed branding experience, utilizing innovative technologies and proven visual techniques to build name recognition for your business in this strategic space.
About Myrtle Beach, SC
Between its posh resorts, miles of beautiful coastline, world-class golfing and more, it’s understandable why Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. While the city itself is home to only 27,000 people and nearly half a million people live in the surrounding area, Myrtle Beach sees more than 14 million visitors annually, flocking to the area to enjoy many attractions along the famed “Grand Strand.” This nearly endless stream of new potential customers makes Myrtle Beach uniquely strategic for growing companies looking to increase their brand recognition.
About Myrtle Beach International Airport
Located just four miles from the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk, Myrtle Beach International Airport is the third-busiest airport in South Carolina, hosting scheduled flights to and from many destinations with major passenger carriers that include Spirit, Allegiant, United, Delta, American and others. With the new terminal facility completion in 2014, MYR features shops, restaurants and prime advertising space designed during the construction phase of the terminal, hosting nearly 2 million travelers per year (many from international locations), most of whom are leisure travelers and tourists.
Given the number of travelers and the tourist demographic within this busy airport, MYR provides an excellent opportunity for businesses to reach new customers. Let Corey Airport Services help you make the most of the opportunity with a dynamic and unique advertising campaign. To learn more about advertising in Myrtle Beach International Airport, reach out to our Myrtle Beach General Manager, Courtenay Leopard.