As much as $120 million was expected to have flowed through Hawaii businesses.
"They're not coming out for the weekend. They're coming for five, six, seven days," said marathon analyst Toni Reavis. "It all just builds up and money comes out."
Twenty-six and two-tenths miles -- a test of endurance and stamina that race officials and thousands of running like Weiss passed with flying colors.
"Today was number 37 and I say it was like running in heaven. It's just beautiful here," said Weiss.
In all, 24,167 running finished the course.