The Myrtle Beach SkyWheel presents "National Joe Day!"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfcrJL-srekIs your name “Joe”? Will you be in Myrtle Beach SC Friday, March 27?

Then stop by the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel for a free flight on the SkyWheel to honor all natural born “Joes”!

Myrtle Beach is “National Joe Day,” and the Skywheel and the SkyWheel will be celebrating in style!

In addition,  the SkyWheel crew will all be transformed into a “Joe” for the day, wearing “Hello My Name Is Joe” badges to commemorate the holiday. And don’t miss out on meeting the SkyWheel’s very own real life “Joe” who will serve as “official Joe spokesman” for the day!

The Myrtle Beach SkyWheel offers spectacular views of the ocean and a relaxing ride into the sky.

The SkyWheel opened in 2011, and stands 200 feet high, the tallest such wheel east of the Mississippi River. It’s cars are enclosed and climate controlled, so you can enjoy a nice break from the scorching sun in the summer, and escape a sometimes biting winter breeze.

The Myrtle Beach SC attraction is one of the most popular in the city, based right on the popular Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and in the heart of downtown restaurants, candy stores, entertainment, amusements and more.

The Myrtle Beach SkyWheel has become a popular place for wedding proposals, according to employees at the ride. Once such unique proposal was documented and has become a YouTube sensation and can be viewed here.

The ride meanders along at a comfortable pace, usually lasting more than 10 minutes. Guests can ride every day of the year except for Thanksgiving and Christmas, as long as weather permits.

The Landshark Bar & Grill awaits those who want a snack or cold beverage before or after the ride, and a gift shop will let you brag about your experience with souvenirs. The Myrtle Beach Boardwalk sits right at the foot of the structure, with plenty of quaint shops and other restaurants.

Don’t miss out on this unique event!

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