Rhys Millen made it to the summit in record time last year before storms shortened the race.

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey’s state tourism office set aside $25 million to advertise that the famed Jersey Shore was open for business. City groups pitched in another $20 million for the biggest tourism war chest in that state’s history. Down South, BP has pumped more than $150 million into advertising and […]

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