What domains Major League Baseball and NBC bought last week
MLB, NBC, and 14 other end users recently purchased.
I just got back from vacation in San Francisco. Since I only have one whitelisted IP address to hit Go Daddy’s servers for whois request (and that would be at my office), I’m a bit late on last week’s end user list.
Notable on this week’s list: MLB picked up a domain for $1,500 and NBC Universal got one for only $1,000.
First Rate, which provides investment results reporting solutions, bought InvestmentPerformance.com for $2,700.
Metro Traffic School of Miami, Florida picked up MetroDrivingSchool.com for $3,000.
Bug Juice Brands Inc., owner of DrinkBugJuice.com, bought BugJuice.com for $8,088.
Sunless, Inc., seller of tanning salon equipment, bought Sunless.com for $24,500. It already owns SunlessInc.com.
OpenVPN Technologies, Inc. bought PrivateGateway.com for $1,788.
PetPeople, Inc. bought the .net version of its .com, PetPeople.net, for $1,588.
The owner of LiquidSilicon.net bought LiquidSilicon.com for $2,500. A no-brainer at that price.
Roto Group, LLC, which creates first-hand experiences for museums and entertainment venues, paid $2,988 for Roto.net. It already owns Roto.com.
Online kitchen store Cutlery and More bought ProKnife.com for $2,000
The owner of TCstudios.net upgraded to TCStudios.com for $1,000.
NBC Universal paid $1,000 for IronFists.com.
Pennsylvania‘s state government bought JobsGateway.com for $4,000.
JAKOTA Cruise Systems GmbH upgraded from the hyphenated domains cruise-systems.com to CruiseSystems.com for $1,870. That must have been an easy decision for the company.
Digital Basement LLC, which owns SnorgTees.com, bought ReleasetheHounds.com for $1,500. Any SnorgTees fans know what this is for?
Major League Baseball bought BaseTime.com for $1,500.
Professional Body Supply SRL picked up BodySupply.com for $2,000. It already owns BodySupply.it.