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  • 38 more end user domain sales including some recognizable brands

    1. BY - Jul 03, 2013
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    20th Century Fox among domain name buyers.

    Some recognizable brands made domain name purchases at Afternic last week. Here’s the end user sales list.

    IMF.com sold for $27,000. Although the whois is protected by a privacy service, the domain now forwards to imf-formacion.com, the web site of Instituto Madrileo de Formacin.

    PayHere Payment Services Ltd bought PayHere.net for $3,900. The domain was sold by Tucows’ YummyNames. Marchex owns the .com version.

    A guy named Simon Wilson bought SimonW.com for $2,000.

    Kansas Leadership Center, a civic leadership development organization, bought ForTheCommonGood.com for $1,888.

    Irish marketing company Mace Promotions, which uses MacePromotions.ie, went global with MacePromotions.com for $1,256.

    American Plumbing Professionals in Tunnel Hill, Georgia picked up AmericanPlumbing.com for $3,500. This is shorter than its current AmericanPlumbingPros.com domain name.

    Supplements company Great HealthWorks bought GAWorks.com for $1,925.

    Pacific Dental Services in Irvine paid $2,300 for Smile4.com.

    Astis Mittens, maker of some funny looking mittens, shortened from AstisMittens.com to Astis.com for $2,000.

    Paladin Medical, Inc. bought PaladinTransfers.com for $1,395.

    Augusta Convention & Visitors Bureau bought VisitAugusta.com for $1,800.

    Tube Technology, maker of The Best Closet Organizer, bought EZShelf.com for $1,195.

    Red Ventures bought another domain, TVProviders.com, for $3,388.

    Twentienth Century Foxaka 21st Century Fox – bought FoxHD.com for $3,500.

    Prestige Boot Camp Ltd bought BootCampTV.com for $4,288. They do not own BookCamp.tv, which is listed for sale for $3,000.

    Pharmaceutical advertising firm Juice Pharma bought JuicePulp.com for $5,600.

    Superior Tank Co., Inc. in California paid $1,000 for BoltedSteelTanks.com.

    Candy company Spangler, maker of Dum Dums, Saf-T-Pops, and Spangler Candy Canes, bought BusinessCandy.com for $1,000.

    Insurance Incorporated in Nashville bought InsuranceIncorporated.com for $1,900. It uses the domain InsuranceInc.net.

    Ohio Appalachian Business Council bought APEG.com for $3,666. That stands for Appalachian Partnership for Economic Growth.

    Interior design studio Millwright Design bought Millwright.net for $1,400.

    Fulfillment Service Inc. bought the plural of its existing domain eFulfillmentservice.com for $4,588.

    The educational game Space Race bought SpaceRacers.org for $1,200.

    Consumers Mutual Insurance of Michigan upgraded from .org to .com with ConsumersMutual.com for $4,188.

    Another upgrade came courtesy of Auto Technology Company, which went from AutoTechnology.net to AutoTechnology.com for $3,000.

    PHHP Group Sdn Bhd bought PHHP.com for $4,888. It uses the ccTLD PHHP.com.my.

    The owner of Caribbean-Financial.com bought CaribbeanFinance.com for $2,240.

    Package design and customized product company CustomFormed Products bought PersonalizedPackaging.com for $1,288.

    Law firm Da Vinci Partners bought another domain, Globalpatents.com, for $2,500.

    San Antonio co-working/startup center Geekdom bought FoundersVillage.com for $3,300.

    Combine World Inc. bought CombineWorld.net for $1,277. It already owns the .com.

    OpsTel Service bought Opstel.com for $1,250.

    Legal Services Corporation, a non-profit formed by the U.S. Government, bought LegalServices.org for $6,000.

    The City of Charlotte, North Carolina bought CLTairport.net for $3,000. It already owns the .com.

    Gang Alternative Inc, which is launching a site at MyGangAlternative.com soon, bought Myga.org for $1,088.

    Yang’s Martial Arts Association, which already owns YMAA.com, bought YMAA.org for $1,988.

    PublicLight USA, which sells and rents LED furniture, bought PublicLight.com for $2,880.

    Lifetime Fitness bought LCMedical.com for $1,988.

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