Tormenta.net surpasses 1 million hits
Projections doubled as busy hurricane season leads to a flood of visitors
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
7 December 1999 —
TORMENTA.NET, an Internet site specializing in hurricane preparedness and weather information for Puerto Rico, had 1.2 million page hits since it was officially launched on the first day of the 1999 Hurricane Season. The site, found at https://tormenta.net on the World Wide Web, provides extensive information about the weather and storm preparedness in the Spanish language, as well as satellite pictures and other weather images.
TORMENTA.NET was created by ClimaData Corporation, the company specializing in weather forecasts for Puerto Rico founded by meteorologist John Toohey Morales, who is also the weatherman for the Univision Network. The site is currently sponsored by Duracell, Celulares Telefónica and radio stations WOSO and WKAQ in San Juan. Banner advertising space is still available at very competitive introductory prices. For more information call ClimaData at 1-800-254-6255.
TORMENTA.NET adds to ClimaData’s media mix serving a market of over 30 million. In addition to the web site, ClimaData also offers The Weather Line in Puerto Rico (281-4777). Radio and television clients include Radio Reloj, Radio Oso, and Televicentro in Puerto Rico, Cadena de Noticias in Dominican Republic, and Radio Unica across the entire United States. Hotels, factories, pharmaceutical companies, government agencies, and even the Florida Marlins Major League Baseball Club, form part of ClimaData’s clientele.