Boo comes to North Myrtle Beach; props company to bring 35 jobs

Marc Brawner will tell you how much cheaper it is to do business in South Carolina than Colorado and how easy Sandy Davis of the Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corp. made the move East for his company, but the real reasons he’s making scary sculptures in North Myrtle Beach are two feet in the sand and a book in a hand.

“My wife told me,” he recalled a conversation they had after a day on a Grand Strand beach, “this is the way I want to live.”

It was more complicated than that, of course, and included the emergence of a couple of obstacles for his business near Denver in much the same way as his career move from the pulpit to the art studio years earlier.