Contact Information - Jamin' Leather
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Highway 17 Bypass, Myrtle Beach SC 29577
Superstore Location 1222 - 1220 Port Dr, Myrtle Beach SC 29577
Superstore Hours Mon-Sat 10 am to 6 pm, Sunday 12 pm to 5 pm
Customer Service Hours
Mon-Thur 10 AM to 6 PM EST
Friday 9 am to 6 pm EST
Saturday 10 AM to 2 PM EST
Mon-Thur 10 am to 6 pm EST
Friday 10 am to 5 pm EST
Fax (recommend email): 888-627-0954
SUPERSTORE - DIRECTIONS
FROM Hwy 501 - Take Highway 501 into the beach, approximately 2 miles south/east of our old location and one mile south/east of Waccamaw Pottery/Hard Rock Park/Freestyle Park, exit to Highway 17 South (Bypass). We are located approximately 2 miles south of Hwy 501 on right hand side. Exit immediately in front of store (beginning of construction).
FROM North Carolina - Highway 17 comes in from North Carolina. After crossing the border of South Carolina approximately 25 minutes south you will pass Hwy 501 and continue south. We are located approximately 2 miles south of Hwy 501 on right hand side. Exit immediately in front of store (beginning of construction).
FROM Charleston - Highway 17 comes from Charleston to Georgetown, through Murrells Inlet toward Myrtle Beach. Once you pass Hwy 544 (Walmart/Target/Lowes) intersection you will continue north toward the bridge construction at back gate of the Air Force Base (a.k.a. Farrows Parkway to the right and Hwy 707 to the right). At that light of 707 and 17 Bypass make a left and then your first right to service road. Travel service road and 1/4 mile up on left hand side is the store.
BEACH RALLY INFORMATION
Visit www.MyrtleBeachRallies.com for the most current information on upcoming and past rallies in the Myrtle Beach area.
JAMIN' LEATHER CATALOGS
Subscribe now to get a copy of your world famous Jamin' Leather Discount Catalog and keep informed with once a week emails to keep you informed about what's new in leather, the first to get our discounts and coupons as well as upcoming information about the Spring and Fall bike rallies coming to Myrtle Beach.
STORY OF JAMIN'
Established 1979 - Our first mail order leather catalog was a limited production release throughout the region in the fall of 1979. Jamin' Jamie concentrated on retail establishments until the fall of 1992. JAMIN' LEATHER began to reach out to the nation with their first full color 1993 edition leather catalog. The catalog was featured, amongs other places, in "The BEST CATALOGS IN THE WORLD". Since then JaminLeather.com has printed over 2 Million copies in circulation to date. Printed editions are released only 2 to 4 times a year, this is why JAMIN' LEATHER CATALOG jumped onto the net, so users such as yourself, can keep on top of the latest exciting new products available today. Many of the products offered here may never show up in printed editions.
THE WORLD WIDE WEB
The FIRST and LARGEST and undisputed! We first logged onto the net in the summer of 1995. Within 4 weeks we were receiving over 100,000 hits a week. Since then, much, much, much more! Our affiliated websites include our very first online catalog website www.LeatherCat.com (est. 1995), followed by www.LeatherCatalog.net, www.JaminLeather.com (est. 1996), www.JamminLeather.com, www.Leather1.com (est. 1997), www.ALeatherCatalog.com (est. 2000), www.MotorcycleMaxLeathers.com (est. 2000), www.JaminLeather.net, www.leatherdeals.com (est. 1997), then the web's best Myrtle Beach Bike Week resource with comprehensive events listing for MB area www.MyrtleBeachBikeRallies.com, www.BikeWeekWelcomeCenter.com (est. 2000), www.NakedBikerNews.com (est. 2009).
CATALOG ON CD-ROM
Jamin' Leather was on CD-Rom for some years. It is a complete off-line replica of our online catalog which you can order and shop. The CD-Rom on the right was the first edition. Thousands of these CD's were distributed throughout the states. We produced one for every edition of our catalog since that time until 2008.
REALITY TV SHOW
Jamin' Leather in 2007 produced a one of a kind REALITY TV SHOW called "Mr. Jamin' Town" featuring Jamin' Jamie and the antics that go on around the Myrtle Beach Bike Rallies and what Jamin' Leather does to get ready. In 2009 Jamin' Leather changed the name of the TV Show to "Leather Beach". Jamin' Leather produced 4 episodes that aired in the Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Charlotte/Raleigh NC area. Late in 2009 the TV show was shelved for future consideration. Many portions of the Mr Jamin' Town and Leather Beach can be seen on YouTube by searching Jamin' Leather, Mr Jamin' Town and Leather Beach TV Show.
In 2012 Jamin' Leather went mobile with their own Mobile App that connects Jamin' Leather customers with it's website, retail store, directions, events pages when the rallies come around as well as a Virtual Store, a 360 degree view of inside and outside the Myrtle Beach Superstore location. Download your Jamin' Leather Mobile App for FREE for your iPhone or Android.
The OFFICIAL BEACH EVENT GUIDE
Jamin' Leather as sponsored the production and distribution of the Myrtle Beach Bike Week Events Guide. This guide is printed and published twice a year for the motorycle rally that comes to the beach every year, complete with a full map of the Grand Strand so visitors know exactly where to shop or hang! We print between 35,000 and 50,000 copies each and every issue - Visit www.MBEventGuide.com for complete information on the rally and the guide. See all the fun you may have missed at Jamin' Leather and all around Myrtle Beach.
CATALOGS THRU THE YEARS
PRE-1979 - Since the summer of 1975 and the establishment of Jamie's Leather a.k.a. Jamie's Leather Workshop in upstate New York, we had been hand making a large variety of small leather products, from belts and wristbands to handbags and wallets, and offered them for sale at Flea Markets, Craft Shows and State Fairs, Roosevelt Raceway Flea Market in Long Island, Republic Airport Flea Market in Farmingdale NY, Vermont State Fair in Rutland VT, just to name a few.
ESTABLISHED 1979 - Jamie's Leather began servicing the Upstate New York region with the best valued hand crafted, American Made and imported leather goods available at the best available prices. The first use of the name Jamin' Leather was used upon the opening of the Albany NY store in 1989.
LOCATIONS- Jamin' Leather had numerous locations over the years. This listing is for those who may live in these regions and remember our old locations. Amongst the locations (in order of their grand openings) was:
- Rutland VT - Rutland Mall (10/79-6/80)
- Queensbury NY - Aviation Mall (Glens Falls area 6/80-3/82)
- Saratoga Springs NY - Saratoga Mall Kiosk (formally Pyramid Mall 4/82-3/95)
- Amsterdam NY - Amsterdam Mall (10/82-12/82)
- Menands NY - Menands Tri-City Market (83-84)
- Manchester Center VT - RT. 7A (84-86)
- Saratoga Springs NY - Saratoga Mall 1600 Sq ft Store (84-12/31/96) Established Mail-order!
- Johnstown NY - Pyramid Mall (10/85-9/90)
- Lake George Village NY - Christie Lane (5/86-10/88)
- Albany NY - 1545 Central Ave (10/89-12/90)
- Lake George Village NY - 277 Canada St (5/88-10/95)
- Wilton NY - Wilton Mall (10/94-12/94)
- Lake George Village NY - 156 Canada St (5/94-11/96)
- Queensbury NY - Aviation Mall 3,200 sq ft, (6/96-6/15/97)
- Lake George Village NY - 296 Canada St (5/97-6/97)
- Myrtle Beach SC - 1611 N Kings Hwy - 5,000 sq ft (6/97-6/99)
- Myrtle Beach SC - 4015 Belle Terre Blvd Hwy 501 - 15,000 sq ft (6/99-6/2007)
- Surfside Beach SC - 802 Hwy 17 Business S - 25,000 sq ft (7/2007-11/2011)
- Myrtle Beach SC - 1222 Port Dr Hwy 17 Bypass - 24,000 sq ft (begin 11/2011)
IS JAMIN' SPELT WRONG?
(We pronounce it jammin' or jam in!) Well we know what some of you are thinking. Jamin' is spelt wrong! Well, you are right, only if you were using the word as as an adjective or adverb, but not if you're writing about the best leather retailer in the industry (at least we think so!). We've read Webster's dictionary (and even received exerts in our e-mail box), but this is a business name that was changed around 1989 intentionally from the name Jamie's Leather (est. 1979) to Jamin', for lack of a better reason, a spelling change. To keep the business ownership anonymous so they can concentrate on the business operations and future of Jamin' Leather. I guess dealing with customers and salespeople disguised as friends and family of the business asking for handouts, discounts, special services and false claims on merchandise can get to anyone after a while.
Jamin' Leather has been pondering over a spelling change to Jam In Leather (has a nice ring and won't be mistaken as a misspelling), but the verdict isn't in yet. Besides we also won't have to change our domain name of jaminleather.com.