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World’s first comprehensive exhibition on UFOs, alien abductions and encounters

The world's first exhibition exploring the history of UFOs will debut at Broadway at the Beach in Myrtle Beach, S.C. in Spring 2013.

South Carolina’s tourism to get boost from free beer

Free beer? Not from us, but maybe a soon at a business near you!

More cruise ships could hurt the charm that draws tourists to...

CHARLESTON, S.C. - As South Carolina's cruise industry expands, some worry more ships and people could hurt the charm that draws visitors to Charleston in the first place.

Boeing chooses South Carolina for 2nd Dreamliner final assembly site

Boeing announced today that it has chosen its North Charleston, South Carolina, facility as the location for a second final assembly site for the 787 Dreamliner program.

Lear jet crash raises significant aviation safety and legal concerns

LOS ANGELES, CA (September 24, 2008) - The September 19, 2008 crash of a chartered Lear 60 business jet during takeoff from the Columbia Metropolitan Airport in Columbia, South Carolina killed four oc

Distancing itself from gay travel campaign will cost South Carolina tourism...

COLUMBIA, S.C. - The flap over an ad promoting South Carolina as "So Gay" will cost the state tourism dollars, according to an industry expert.

Gay tourism ad causes uproar in S. Carolina

A state employee has resigned and officials have disavowed an international advertising campaign that led to calls for an investigation of tourism posters proclaiming “South Carolina is so gay.”

Southern ‘stroke belt’ killing tourists, too

People in three southern U.S. states are facing a health threat no one can explain: an abnormally high risk of suffering a fatal stroke - even among tourists just visiting the region.Residents and visitors alike in near-coastal areas of North and South Carolina and Georgia have a stroke risk at least 10 per cent higher than people in other U.S. states.

Dealing with event and festival security: Part 2

Last month Tourism Tidbits focused on some of the key security planning stages for festivals and events.