Sunway Charters Myrtle Beach
Welcomes the Return of Terri Goldenbaum
as Terminal Manager
Sunway Charter has a reputation not just for great transportation services, but also for the culture they create within and caliber of the people they hire.
Recently, Sunway welcomed back Terri Goldenbaum, who was with the company for several years until she decided to explore other industries and expand her experience outside of Sunway Charters. While she was away, Sunway was never too far out of Terri’s mind, and owner Lee Helms certainly had not forgotten Terri. On a social call, Lee took the opportunity to ask if Terri was interested in rejoining the company and shared what he had in mind. Before you knew it, Myrtle Beach had a new Terminal Manager.
Combining both her experience with Sunway, within the industry, and from her other past roles, Terri brings a fresh perspective and a list of ideas and goals to the position. Her previous experience includes being a Paralegal as well as a Central Reservations and Sales Manager for large motorcoach and public tour company in New Jersey. Terri excels at giving attention to her clients and in executing her ideas on marketing specific to her location and customers. Outside of work she enjoys problem solving and puzzles – perfect hobbies for this position!
Terri is joined by Sunway’s Maintenance Manager, Kirk Ehmann. Also returning to Sunway, Kirk is a highly trained and skilled mechanic specializing specifically in Van Hool motorcoaches, an important specialty due to the volume of Van Hool motorcoaches housed at Sunways’ Myrtle Beach facility. Kirk is also an avid trivia buff
About Sunway’s Myrtle Beach Terminal
As the largest charter bus provider on the “Grand Strand”, Sunways’ Myrtle Beach location is focused on meeting the needs of both the local clientele, such as schools, local sports teams, and church or club groups, as well as the very specific tourism market, which is made up of conventions, family reunions, visiting sports teams, military reunions, and golf outings, to name a few.
The Myrtle Beach area is known as the “Grand Strand” because it contains 60 miles of coastline. Because there are so many attractions, it is not unusual for a group’s one-day itinerary to include time shopping at the outlets in North Myrtle Beach, a tour of Atalaya Castle, and a nature walk at Huntington Beach, dinner at one of the restaurants on the Marsh Walk in Murrells Inlet, then ending with a show at Barefoot Landing in the evening. This typical day for a visiting group might be more than 80 miles of travel.
Sunway Charters Myrtle Beach – Specializing in:
- Motorcoach charters for Family Reunions, Sports Teams, Schools, and groups.
- Coordination of convention transportation to local attractions, restaurants, events.
- Small and Large group movements.
- Shuttle moves along the Grand Strand.
- Airport transfers/shuttles for large and small groups.
For more information on how we can assist you with your transportation needs, please contact Terri at terri@sunwaycharters or 843-293-2100.