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Springmaid Resort by Inaya Davis

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on 1 April 2014

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Springmaid Resort by Inaya Davis
History Of Springmaid Resort
Colonel Elliott White Springs, a World War I Ace Fighter Pilot, purchased 27 acres (11 ha) of oceanfront property in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina in 1948. The original accommodations resembled military barracks, the rooms containing built-in concrete beds with twin-size foam mattresses. The rooms were easily cleanable by hosing and brushing them down. Guests brought their own towels and sheets and were required to make their own bed. Rooms costs $2.00 per night or $1.00 per bed. The rates remained unchanged for almost 30 years. Resource: Wikipedia
Promotion Features
Each Room Features:
•private ocean view balcony
•flat-panel television
•full-sized refrigerator
•microwave
•coffee maker
•safe
•hair dryer
•iron and ironing board
•wireless internet
•complimentary access to the Springmaid Pier
•iPod/iPhone Alarm Clock Docking Station
Resources: Springmaidbeach.com
Advertising
The advertise that they offer nearly 500 ocean view rooms of lodging and is beautifully situated on ¼ mile of the most peaceful, beautiful beach on the south end of South Carolina's famous Grand Strand.

Resources: Visitmyrtlebeach.com
How Has Technology Changed?
The resort has joined social media networks in order to accommodate the new wave of promoting their business.

The have a twitter, instagram and facebook page

Resource: springmaidbeach.com
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