Clear Channel, a leading company in the outdoor advertising sector, present in 23 countries and also behind the management of the bike sharing service in some cities, has once again made a generous donation to the Bicis para la Vida by ŠKODA project of the Contador Foundation.

On this occasion, thirty bicycles, all of them part of the old fleet of city bikes in Barcelona, have been collected at the company’s facilities in the city of Zaragoza. It won’t be the last donation of material from Clear Chanel.

Ángel López, head of logistics for the Alberto Contador Foundation’s solidarity project, was in charge of collecting the bikes. “As in previous donations, the bikes are practically new, perfect, they hardly need any maintenance. We are very grateful to Clear Channel’s friends for continuing to collaborate with us”, he highlights.

Clear Channel Spain is part of Clear Channel Europe. Clear Channel Europe is the European division of one of the global leaders in outdoor advertising, Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CCO). Clear Channel Europe’s portfolio spans 17 markets with 16,000 digital and 400,000 conventional media, directly managed by 2,900 employees. Clear Channel Spain’s portfolio comprises mainly street furniture and shopping centre media with over 40,000 media and is a leader in the digital transformation of the sector.

Its vision is to create the future of media by transforming assets for the benefit of its institutional and advertising clients through data-driven innovations and new infrastructures. Its purpose is to provide a platform for both brands and social good, helping to achieve brands’ media objectives while having a positive impact on the world around us.

💻 Bicis para la Vida by ŠKODA.