Let`s start with the list:
American Airlines bought the name of its Chairman, TomHorton.com, for $1,000. This was a smart move given that the company is about to battle its unions in bankruptcy. Its public relations firm owns TomHortonSucks.com.
Nashville Wraps, which sells wrapping paper, gift bags, and other packaging supplies, paid $1,700 for GiftWrap.net.
New York Life bought ExecutiveBenefit.com for $1,510.
Dance entertainment producer Break The Floor Productions bought DanceNation.com for $7,500.
Precious Moments, Inc., maker of collectible figurines, paid $X for YourPreciousMoments.com. for $1,088.
Ontario rock climbing gym Climbers Rock Inc. bought KeepClimbing.com for $1,521.
Used bicycle retailer Cycle reCycle of San Jose, California bought BicycleBlueBook.com for $6,500. It’s safe to say the company is working on a used bicycle price list.
The Wind River Visitors Council bought WindRiver.org for $2,788.
Lawyer referral service MyLawsuit.com picked up PatentReview.com for $2,250.
Bloomington, Illinois dentist Mike Milligan paid $1,200 for SnoreStoppers.com.
The Nature Conservancy bought PlanetChange.com for $2,625.
These two sales were at Sedo:
Social Finance, Inc., which hopes to shake up the world of student loans, upgraded its domain from Sofi.org to Sofi.com for a five figure sum (the sale price was retracted).
Virgin Music (EMI Group) paid $8,000 for TheNight.com at Sedo. Any music fans out there know what this is for?
Source: Domain Name Wire