With a population of just over 20 million people, South Carolina has become one of the nation’s most popular tourist destinations in recent years.
A large percentage of the state’s tourism dollars are spent in the tourism industry, as tourists flock to South Carolina for its pristine beaches, scenic beauty and pristine landscape.
With the state in the midst of a tourism boom, many of the biggest names in the industry have come out to South Carolina to promote their businesses and resorts.
But it’s not just the tourism companies that are pushing tourism in South Carolinas.
It’s also the state government, as the South Carolina Tourism Board (SSB) is trying to figure out how to get the money to the state to help support its businesses.
For example, the SSB has put together a task force to figure this out.
The task force has come up with a plan to help boost tourism in the state, but it has been criticized by some in the business community, who argue that the task force isn’t really working to help the state and that they’re only going after a local industry.
The SSB released the following statement:The purpose of the task group is to gather information on local tourism and the economic impact of tourism in North Carolina, South Carolinas, and beyond, including the economic impacts to North Carolina’s businesses and tourism sector, as well as South Carolinian citizens and visitors.
In particular, the task is to identify the most efficient ways for the state of North Carolina to capitalize on its tourism dollars, and to help local businesses create jobs and spur economic development.