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What does HRC stand for?

HRC stands for Hurricane Research Center (US NOAA)

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They also are taken on a video tour of Renaissance Re's Wall of Wind, a tool used by the International Hurricane Research Center at Florida International University to test the effects of hurricane strength winds on structures.
Some of its clients and project sponsors have included Pfizer, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, Nestle Waters, National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, Volvo Cars of North America, Geico, Allstate, Travelers, AT&T, Home Depot, Sears, Progress Energy, TECO, Macy's, Royal Caribbean, National Safety Council, National Emergency Management Association, The Salvation Army, The International Hurricane Research Center, American Automobile Association, National Association of Police Organizations, National Sheriffs' Association, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Nova Southeastern University, Florida State University and many statewide agencies, associations and corporate citizens.
The National Hurricane Survival Initiative poll is one of the leading elements in a public education campaign, with partnerships among, the National Emergency Management Association, The Salvation Army, International Hurricane Research Center at Florida International University and with technical assistance from the National Hurricane Center.
The 2009 National Hurricane Survival Initiative, launched today at a news conference at the International Hurricane Research Center in Miami at Florida International University, was developed through a partnership among the National Hurricane Center, the National Emergency Management Association, The Salvation Army and the International Hurricane Research Center at Florida International University.