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Myrtle Beach ranks No. 2 for Yahoo Travel Destination in 2013

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - On Yahoo's list of the top 10 travel searches of 2013, Myrtle Beach ranked second.

"This ranking goes to show that Myrtle Beach continues to grow in awareness and popularity for vacationers all across the country," said Brad Dean, president and CEO of the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce.

The Yahoo ranking was just the latest in a string of national recgonitions the Myrtle Beach area has received in 2013. USA Today selected Myrtle Beach as having one of the top 24 boardwalks for food in the U.S., while Samantha Brown, who is well known for her segments on The Travel Channel, ranked Myrtle Beach No. 1 on her list of Best Travel Spots.

Yahoo's 2013 rankings are based on hotel searches. The top 10 travel destinations in order are:

1. Las Vegas

2. Myrtle Beach

3. New Orleans

4. Key West

5. Atlantic City

6. Virginia Beach

7. Gatlinburg

8. San Diego

9. San Francisco

10. Santa Barbara

Copyright 2013 WMBF News. All rights reserved. Myrtle Beach Area of Chamber of Commerce contributed to this article. 

 

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