Focusing specifically on millennial families for this year’s “60 More Days of Summer” campaign, Visit Myrtle Beach will offer innovative perks to make a beach trip even easier for those looking to create memories and celebrate life’s little moments with their families this fall. Throughout September and October, visitors will enjoy complimentary beach photo sessions, ideal for capturing little ones’ first glimpses of the ocean; unique lodging packages, featuring deep discounts and add-ons to make travel planning even easier for busy parents; and insider tips for everything from stress-free dining options to beach day “hacks.”
“Our beautiful beaches, summer-like temperatures and abundance of year-round activities continue to welcome visitors long after the summer months conclude, making fall an ideal time for millennial families to visit the Myrtle Beach area,” said Scott Schult, EVP Marketing of Visit Myrtle Beach. “Our ’60 More Days of Summer’ campaign highlights the many opportunities for families with young children to create special moments and start their own family travel traditions this fall.”
For many vacationing families, capturing their little ones in photographs is almost as treasured as the trip itself. To help make this process even more seamless for families visiting in the fall, Visit Myrtle Beach will offer complimentary beach photography sessions each week in September and October. Meant to capture spontaneous (and priceless) moments – like children experiencing the sand beneath their toes for the first time – sessions will include two complimentary, holiday-card-worthy images perfect for sharing. Sessions are limited and sign-up in advance is required at www.VisitMyrtleBeach.com/60Days.
In addition to perks like free photo sessions and deep lodging discounts, the 60 More Days of Summer microsite contains a wealth of information to help families maximize their time in the Myrtle Beach area this fall. Visitors can search for affordable and age-appropriate entertainment and dining options, ideal “naptime” locations, wide open spaces for kids run off energy, and more. The site also includes special “hacks” for making a trip to the beach hassle free, and other tools and advice to help plan a fall trip to the Myrtle Beach area.
For more information on the 60 More Days of Summer campaign, the area’s millennial family experiences or to book a trip to the Myrtle Beach area, go to www.VisitMyrtleBeach.com/60Days.
About Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Stretching from Little River to Pawleys Island and comprising 14 distinct communities, the Myrtle Beach area is home to 60 miles of sandy beaches, an assortment of entertainment and family attractions and world-class golf. Popularly known as the Grand Strand, the Myrtle Beach area presents the quintessential vacation experience peppered with plenty of Southern hospitality. For additional information on the Myrtle Beach area, visit www.visitmyrtlebeach.com .
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