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July 23, 2014 10:57 PM

Enforcement continues on adult businesses in Horry County, one club re-branding at end of July

A gentleman’s club owner in Horry County said he is re-branding his business at the end of the month and “getting out of the way” of county officials driven to close adult-oriented businesses.

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