21 end user domain purchases in the past week including Fool.com, Novartis

Here are 21 domain purchases made by “end users”.

This week’s chock-full end user sales report has 21 end user domain purchases. Notable buyers include Fool.com, Novartis, Southern Company, and The Future Project.

All sales were at Afternic unless otherwise noted.

Field Fresh Foods, Inc. paid $2,088 for FreshSnacks.com

501c3 The Future Project bought Dream.org for $25,000.

Electronics repair company Tekmedia Group, Inc bought TechMediaGroup.com for $1,088.

Seattle based fitness chain Allstar Fitness paid $1,788 for CrossSport.com.

Bath remodeling contractor Leading Renovations Inc got the descriptive name AffordableBathrooms.com for $1,888.

Landscape company Austin Outdoor (not in Austin, TX), which owns AustinOutdoor.net, upgraded to the .com for $2,733.50.

American Taekwondo Association bought WMAOnline.com for $1,621, no doubt for “World Martial Arts” online.

A California man bought FireCongress.com for $5,000.

Fool.com invested $2,000 for EditorsPick.com. For stock picks, perhaps?

Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd
paid $1,700 for ValueLease.com.

Micro credit company 4finance Group bought 4Finance.net for $1,088.

Sho Cho Sushi Shop in Dubai bought Sushigo.net for $1,488.

Environmental Health Testing LLC paid $X for FoodSafetyAtHome.com for $1,788.

CampingWorld.com returned to the domain aftermarket to buy RVInsuranceAgency.com for $2,700 at Sedo.

DayTripper Tours, which already owns DayTripper.com, protected itself by buying DayTripperTours.com for $1,941.

Apollo Video Technology improved its web address AVT-USA.com for $2,288 by dropping the hyphen.

Pharmaceutical giant Novartis AG bought MenInfo.com for $2,300.

Rain Forest Tram, Ltd, which owns RainForestAdventure.com, bought CoralReefAdventures.com for $1,788.

Hosting forum company ProBoards bought FreeForum.net for $5,000.

Pacific Links International
, owner of ThePacificLinks.com, shortened its web address to PacificLinks.com for $5,488.

Energy company The Southern Company, which owns George Power Company, bought SelectGeorgia.com for $1,295.


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