37 end user domain name sales at Afternic and Sedo.
My turkey hangover is gone, so I’m catching up from last week’s end user domain name sales report. Enjoy.
Agito Medical, seller of used medical equipment, bought MovingMedicine.com for $2,977.
Here’s an interesting one. BlackCow.co.uk sold for $1,899; it’s for a milk vodka.
Lolly Wolly Doodle, a children’s clothing company, bought LollyLane.com for $2,595. Its web site is LollyWollyDoodle.com.
Class action law firm Wallace Graham bought SalaryGap.com for $2,388. I can imagine the lawsuits related to salary and compensation…
Video learning company MediaCore Technologies Inc. bought MediaLearn.com for $1,355.
Signature Casket bought UniqueMemorials.com for $1,000.
Greg Alexander Law Firm bought the clever domain name ContingentFees.com for $1,277.
Building systems company Nucor paid $1,895 for SteelTuff.com.
The owner of offitech.se went global with Offitech.com for $1,700.
Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC in Illinois paid $1,350 for FedMedia.com.
IT company Nerds in the City Inc. bought its acronym NITC.org for $4,588.
FilmNovaScotia.com sold for $1,000; it appears it was bought by the government of Nova Scotia.
Mobile app company Next App Media Ltd paid $1,195 for InsideApp.com.
The owner of PetsPerfect.co.uk went global with PetsPerfect.com for $3,000.
Shermco Industries, which works with electrical power systems, bought ElectricalProperties.com for $1,552.
Institute for Personal Leadership paid $1,700 for UniversalLeadership.com.
EMD Consulting Group owns EMDCG.com. It bought EMDConsulting.com for $1,069.
Firearm auctioneer AuctionArms.com bought GunForSale.com for $1,877. It also owns GunAuction.com.
Premier Health Partners bought PremierHealthGroup.com for $1,577
It appears that Center for Food Safety bought CenterForFoodSafety.com for $2,988; it already uses the .org.
Reality TV Star, LLC bought RealityTVStars.com for $1,000.
The Delray Beach Club joined Facebook by dropping the “the”. It bought DelrayBeachClub.com for $2,000.
Blaze Publishing, publisher of numerous music magazines, bought MusicIndustryNews.com for $2,500.
Pepsi paid $988 for PepsiCoIndia.com. They could have used UDRP, but this was cheaper.
Pharmaceutical company Bruno Farmaceutici paid 11,000 EUR for Menopausa.it.
UK laptop retailer Which Laptop Ltd bought WeBuyAnyLaptop.co.uk and WeBuyAnyLaptop.com for 2,500 GBP each. Hope those “we buy any car” people don’t get cranky.
Vondafone bought CTIL.co.uk for 750 GBP. CTIL is the name of a join venture between Vodafone and Telefónica.
Tripmart – “The Travel Megastore” – paid $1,000 for tBeds.com. It’s using it for a hotel site.
The makers of x-plane flight simulator software bought xavion.com for 3,900 EUR.
Climax Heating and Cooling bought LocalHVAC.com for $999.
Cellphone case company Boost Case bought ModCase.com for $777.
LineGuard Investments shrunk its web address from LineguardInvestments.com to LineGuard.com for just $900.
The owner of PM-International.com bought PM-International.ca for $1,000.
Wind and solar power services company Harvest Energy Group bought Harvestcomm.com for $800.
National Restaurant Association bought FoodAllergens.com for $1,800.
Benefits company Benefit Management Corp, aka Allegiance, bought MyAllegiance.com for $1,500.