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Posted: 10:16 a.m. Monday, Jan. 28, 2013
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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. —
South Carolina may feel a little crowded this summer.The director of the state’s tourism department said this will be the year the $15 billion industry hits pre-recession levels.He said South Carolina led the nation in 2012 in revenue per available room, a key tourism measure.He will share more of his predictions Monday at the state’s three-day tourism and travel conference in Columbia.People traveling to Myrtle Beach this summer can now pay parking meters with a credit card.More than 80 credit-capable meters are going in downtown, in addition to the more than 50 that went out last year.
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