BeLocal Myrtle Beach
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When it comes to advice you can trust, who better to hear from than long-time community residents? With BeLocal, there’s no need to wonder where longtime residents go for fun, food, shopping, activities, and more.
Take a peek inside the latest issue for words of wisdom and smart suggestions from true locals.
Starting over in a new hometown is never simple.
But through BeLocal, you can easily explore local living at its finest. Check out the articles below to learn more about some of the best “hidden gems” the community has to offer.
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My name is Jennie Moran, and I am the Area Director for Stroll DeBordieu. I have been with The N2 Company for over six years. I am also the Area Director for BeLocal Myrtle Beach, a publication developed for new homeowners in the Myrtle Beach area.
Do you feel your business is one of the best in the Georgetown, Pawleys Island area? Would you like to be referred to the all the local homeowners in the DeBordieu neighborhood? If you feel your business should be considered as one of the best, then I need you to reach out to me right away. If you are interested in more information about either publication, or both, please reach out to me right away at (818) 968-2298 or Jennie.Moran@N2co.com.
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The publication has been a tremendous asset for me and my family in getting us situated and familiarized with the area. The layout is upscale, easy to navigate, and filled with vibrant color and content. The local tips add an instant trusted connection from one resident to another. Thank you for putting together such a beautiful and helpful piece!
The BeLocal magazine undoubtedly helped my family and I discover what makes Lincoln so special. We feel so warmly welcomed to the area, and our whole family has enjoyed reading and looking through the publication.
BeLocal is a high-quality magazine that demands the attention of anyone that lays eyes on it. I wish I would have had access to it when I moved!