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Give a gift, get a gift at spring blood drive

The Red Cross has less than a three-day supply of most blood types, and blood products are being distributed to hospitals faster than donations are coming in.

HTC invites the public to join it for its spring blood drive, which will take place from 7 a.m. to noon May 16 in the parking lot at the U.S. 701 retail location in Conway.

Those who take part will receive a $5 Amazon.com gift card via email courtesy of the American Red Cross.

To schedule an appointment, contact Lisa Martin at lisa.martin@htcinc.net, or call 843-369-8714.

May means deals for moms, military and more

Wireless Services

One thing we’re sure Mom loved on Mother’s Day was talking with her children … and HTC can help make that possible year round.

For a limited time, you can buy one smartphone and get another half off when signing up for a new line. Both phones must be purchased on the AT&T installment plan and be included on the unlimited plan.

For the first responders, active military and veterans, you can get a $200 activation credit the entire month of May. Simply sign up for a new line of service on AT&T Unlimited & More plans, and the deal is stackable with other offers.

May is certainly the month to stay in touch.

Life Connections is mailing now

Spring has sprung, and close behind is the latest edition of Life Connections magazine.

Life Connections coverThe HTC quarterly magazine is expected in mailboxes around the middle of May, and includes a spectacular spotlight of Crooked Oak Tavern in Conway.

Charles T. Glazer is our artist spotlight and Weatherford Knife Co. our business spotlight for the Spring edition, and you will find informative articles on everything you need to know about your Wi-Fi network and how to secure your home from your smartphone.

Watch your mailbox for the latest edition, or pick one up later in the month at any HTC retail location.

Win tickets to Myrtle Waves

Myrtle Waves Water Park

The temperature is rising, so what better way to cool off than a family trip to Myrtle Waves Water Park?

Myrtle Beach’s premier water park has over 30 slides and attractions, including South Carolina’s largest wave pool and a 330,000-gallon lazy river.

The bravest of the family can climb the massive Turbo Twisters, which send you spiraling down at 50-feet per second.

HTC has teamed with Myrtle Waves to offer a family of four FREE tickets to the park. Simply fill out the form with this article and you are entered to win. It’s that easy.

The winner will be chosen May 23 and contacted via email. Tickets are good for any day this summer.

If you want to purchase a season pass or tickets online, visit the Myrtle Waves website or call 843-913-9250.

Fill out the form for a chance to win four passes to Myrtle Waves Water Park.

Safety first! Can you dig it?

shovel

Every state has its own 811 call center, and South Carolina is no exception.

At least a few days before any digging project, be sure to pick up the phone and call 811 whether you are doing the digging yourself or hiring a professional.

There are more than 20 million miles of underground utilities in the United States.

That figure equates to more than one football field’s length of buried utilities for every man, woman and child in the United States.

To know what’s below, always call 811 before digging!

Don’t drive distracted

May is motorcycle awareness month, and the timing couldn’t be more perfect with two of the state’s largest motorcycle rallies taking place along the Grand Strand.

While the riders themselves face important safety tasks at all times, drivers have just as much a responsibility.

It’s vital to pay attention to your surroundings constantly while operating a vehicle. 

Don’t drive distracted, and everyone will be able to enjoy the roads.

Pick your own, straight from the garden

strawberries

May 20 is National Pick Strawberries Day, and there are plenty of spots right here in Horry County where you can make that happen.

But why stop there?

Find U-Pick Farms from all over South Carolina on PickYourOwn.org.

The website lists farms where you can pick your own produce throughout the state, including hours and driving directions for most, as well as social media links for those sites who have them.