MLB among companies buying domain names last week.
Major League Baseball turned to Sedo last week to buy the domain Outstandings.com. I’m not sure what it plans to do with it, although it does award a lot of “outstanding” player awards. Details on that purchase (and other end user domain name purchases on Sedo) are below.
Osa Family Clothing Co. Ltd. went global with OSA.com at $20,000. It had been using OSA.hk.
Agni Travel Ltd in the UK bought BeachVillas.com for $15,000.
Online gaming company Greentube bought another ccTLD, this time paying $2,500 for Greentube.ae.
IT Sport Service GmbH picked up RaceResult.co.uk for $1,550.
UK electrical supplies company Hedley & Ellis Ltd bought Hedleys.co.uk for GBP 995.
Luxor Limousines bought NewYorkCityAirportLimo.com for $800.
Car dealer Major World bought MajorChevrolet.com for $999. (When checking out their MajorWorld.com site I saw that they’ve been dealing with a someone impersonating them from a similar domain.)
Northwest Canoe Company, Inc. paid $1,250 for CanoeSeats.com.
Major League Baseball bought Outstandings.com for $2,395.
The owner of SwordsofMight.com, an online swords store, bought Swords.net for $4,575. Swords.com is listed for sale for $135,000 at BuyDomains.
AlphaMeasure, Inc., which measures employee engagement, bought EngagedMetrics.com for $1,150.
Foresight Engineering, which has been stuck with the backward domain EngineeringForesight.com, bought ForesightEngineering.com for $799.
Prepaid mobile company Topup.com bought Topup.in for $15,000.
99Pro Media, which appears to create reality TV shows and documentaries, bought 99pro.com for $5,000. Its web site is 99pro.de.