MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Resorts, campgrounds and local governments are working quickly to do what they can to inform those traveling to the area that they shouldn’t bring their beach tents with them, the Herald Online reported today.
Changes to the law came shortly before the beginning of the busy summer tourism season, leaving little time for governments and businesses to get the word out, the paper noted.
Pirateland Family Camping Resort Rental Manager Vickie Carmody said staff has shared information on the campground’s Facebook page and the in-house cable channel as well as distributed an information sheet to its
Barb Krumm, spokeswoman for Ocean Lakes Family Campground, said it also ordered signs for its beach accesses and is spreading the word on its website and through social media.
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