The Canucks make an offseason transaction and other end user domain name sales.
Afternic sold $1.1 million worth of domain names last week. Here are some of the end user sales.
A Marksmen client – perhaps the ITT spinoff called xylem – bought xylem.com for $47,100.
Talmer Bank and Trust in Michigan bought the shorthand domain TLMR.com for $3,988.
Atlantic Health System paid $1,195 for WarrenPrimaryCare.com.
Lake Systems Corporation in Mikwaukee bought LakeSystems.com for $1,200.
A.M. Best Company, the giant ratings agency, bought RatingAgency.com for $7,500.
Hubspot, seller of inbound marketing software, bought InboundService.com for $2,500.
General Beverage Sales Co bought GeneralBeverage.com for $1,000.
Northwest Ministry Network, which already owns NorthwestMinistry.com, bought NorthwestMinistryNetwork.com for $2.000.
Stylish Windows Inc, a New York window coverings seller, bought ManhattanBlinds.com for $1,800.
International Gem Society, which uses GemSociety.org for its web address, bought GemSociety.com for $2,000.
Outdoors retailer Bass Pro Shop paid $4,188 for RegencyBoats.com.
TeamViewer GmbH, which offers a remote support tool, bought ITBrain.com for $4,030 and ITBrains.com for $2,488.
Revenue Management Solutions, online at revmansolutions.com, bought RMSWeb.com for $4,388.
Ferstl Enterprises, an appraisal firm in Arkansas, bought ArkansasAppraisals.com for $1,195. The company uses ArkansasAppraisers.com for its website.
The Vancouver Canucks hockey team bought CanucksNation.com for $1,295.
California Commercial Asphalt, LLC bought the abbreviated CCALLC.com for $3,688.
Skipton Building Society (similar to a credit union or mutual) bought SkiptonBuildingSociety.com for $1,095 and AmberHomeLoans.com for $1,295. It uses Skipton.co.uk for its website, and Amber.co.uk for its home loans group that uses that brand.
Farmers Alliance Mutual Insurance Company, owner of FAMI.com, bought FAMI.org for $3,000.
Palm Beach County, Florida bought PBCTV.com for $1,195.
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians, an Indian tribe in Highland, California, bought SanManuelPoker.com for $1,495.
DataRetrieval.com bought FileRetrieval.com for $1,910 and InfoRetrieval.com for $1,670.