Recent Acquisitions

Recent Acquisition: AsianVacations.com

I believe I just acquired a gem of a domain name in the aftermarket – AsianVacations.com. After seeing CaribbeanVacations.com sell for $130,000 and EuropeanVacations.com sell for $85,000 at yesterday’s TRAFFIC auction, I decided to buy AsianVacations.com. While the Caribbean and Europe are more popular vacation destinations than Asia, I still believe AsianVacations.com can become a great travel website.

If you or anyone you know specializes in Asian vacation planning, please get in touch with me. Perhaps we can work together!

Top Notch Domains, LLC Acquires Customs.com

Top Notch Domains, LLC, a Nashua, New Hampshire based domain investment and development company, is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of the domain name Customs.com. The company intends to develop an informational website focusing on foreign and domestic travel requirements.

“We are thrilled to add this great domain name to our domain portfolio,” said Top Notch Domains President Elliot J. Silver. “We believe owning a prime generic domain name is one of the keys to a successful website, and Customs.com aligns with our growth strategy.” Customs.com will launch in Q2 2008.

Top Notch Domains, LLC owns domain names such as Devices.com, DrugCounseling.com, FlightDiscounts.com, and many other valuable generic domain names.

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