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Continental Outdoor Media's Citilites withstood 156mph cyclone winds in Madagascar, setting safety and best practice standards for outdoor advertising companies on the large African island.

"The cyclone pummeled the country's eastern seaboard, wreaking havoc. Our competitor' billboards caused damage on roads when they were destroyed by the winds. Before the cyclone hit, we removed the faces of all our billboards and were prescient with ensuring that our structures were built to best practice standards," said Elisoa Rabemanolontsoa, Continental Outdoor GM Madagascar.

The eye of the storm made landfall south of Tamatave on Monday night, 13 February, but Rabemanolontsoa is confident that Continental Outdoor Media's billboards are no safety threat to people and infrastructure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Continental Outdoor Media's Citilites withstood 156mph cyclone winds in Madagascar, setting safety and best practice standards for outdoor advertising companies on the large African island.

"The cyclone pummeled the country's eastern seaboard, wreaking havoc. Our competitor' billboards caused damage on roads when they were destroyed by the winds. Before the cyclone hit, we removed the faces of all our billboards and were prescient with ensuring that our structures were built to best practice standards," said Elisoa Rabemanolontsoa, Continental Outdoor GM Madagascar.

The eye of the storm made landfall south of Tamatave on Monday night, 13 February, but Rabemanolontsoa is confident that Continental Outdoor Media's billboards are no safety threat to people and infrastructure.