SCETV and SCPRT travel series returns October 7

October 6, 2021

Columbia, S.C. – Discover Daufuskie, tag along on a Charleston ghost tour and get a glimpse at colonial life in South Carolina the latest season of the travel series produced by South Carolina ETV (SCETV) and the Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism (SCPRT).

Go For It brings viewers along for the ride as SCPRT Digital Engagement Manager, Devyn Whitmire, takes on iconic and unique experiences across the Palmetto State for the first time. The show aims to inspire locals and visitors to try something new in South Carolina.

This season will highlight wakeboarding in Rock Hill’s SouthTown Wake Park, a family day at Emerald Farms, the Myrtle Beach Skywheel, antiquing in the Capital City and more experiences across the state.

“When the first season was released last fall, it came at a moment when people were either ready to get out of the house and try something new, or ready to make plans for future travel,” Whitmire said. “We were able to connect with thousands of viewers, and lead them on these first-time journeys in some of the places that make South Carolina special. Season two is packed full with more iconic Palmetto State experiences for locals and visitors to add to their itineraries.”

Season two of Go For It launches on Thursday, Oct. 7 on the @Discover_SC Instagram page through Instagram TV and the @SouthCarolinaETV Facebook page and will run for 10 weeks. It also will be featured on other platforms like YouTube, and blog posts on will accompany each episode.

“From the beautiful beaches of the Lowcountry to the charming mountain communities of the Upstate, and everything in between, South Carolina has so much to offer,” said SCETV Director of Digital Strategies Tabitha Safdi. “We’re proud to collaborate with SCPRT to showcase 10 more of the state’s most popular activities and locations with the second season of ‘Go For It.’ And we hope this digital series continues to inspire South Carolinians to check out the cool things they can do in their own backyard.”

For more, visit or contact Sam Queen at or 803-767-3568. 


Need more information?   Sam Queen
Director of Corporate Communications
SC Department of Parks, Recreation & Tourism
1205 Pendleton Street, Columbia, SC 29201
| 803-734-1779
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