Myrtle Beach, SC could benefit from capitalizing on its "doo wop" architecture. There are several blocks on the south end of the beach with distinctive ornamental concrete work. Rent "Shag: the Movie" for some glimpses of MB. I have: talked with a few motel owners about cooperative advertising to capitalize on their fairly unique strutures.
I grew up near Wildwood. MB does not have as many buildings, but they are fairly concentrated. One, Rainbow Court, is listed on the National Register. Several others are eligible. I had talked with one of my professors at Goucher about creating a non-contiguous district.Does this help?