MURRELLS INLET, S.C. (WMBF) - An annual event looked to spread some holiday cheer near the MarshWalk on Sunday.
The Murrells Inlet Christmas Parade kicked off at 3 p.m. and traveled from Wilcox Avenue to Wachesaw Road - a nearly three-mile route through the community.
“Every year it seems to get bigger and bigger,” said Murrells Inlet resident Tom Conboy.
Decked out in decor, trucks, golf carts, and even boats made their way through Murrells Inlet, handing out candy and spreading smiles on the way.
Even the Georgetown County Sherriff’s Office and Horry County Beach Patrol got into the holiday spirit for the occasion.
A showcase of local businesses and up-and-coming talent, the parade continues to be a Grand Strand staple.