WhyPark Partners with Rick Latona on Charity Domain Auction


I announced the WhyPark charity auction after speaking with Craig Rowe a couple of weeks ago, and more details have been released. Please have a look at the information below, and remember, All proceeds will go to the charity chosen by the highest single bidder in the auction.


Rick Latona Auctions announced today it will donate its services and provide the online auction platform for the WhyPark Charity Domain Auction scheduled for December 7th through the December 11th, 2009.   The WhyPark Charity Auction will be the first online auction to utilize Rick Latona’s new beta auction platform which will be in an all new location, www.LATONAS.com.

WhyPark’s charity domain auction will consist of up to 50 domain names, with no reserve price, all donated by domain name industry leaders.   The proceeds from the auction will be given to a socially-responsible charity chosen by the highest single bidder in the auction.     To submit domain names for the auction and for complete details, visit http://www.whypark.com/auction.

“We are excited to support the WhyPark Charity Auction” stated Rick Latona, President of Rick Latona Auctions.   “It is also the perfect opportunity for us to test drive our new Latonas.com auction platform. Since it is an online only auction with no live auctioneer, it should be a low stress environment. Customers will be able to help people through The WhyPark Charity Auction , pick up a great new name or two and get a sneak preview of what we are up to here in Atlanta”.

“The WhyPark charity auction is simply about raising funds for a charity in need.” stated Craig Rowe, President of WhyPark Technology Services.   “The domain name community raises funds for several charities worldwide and this is another opportunity to provide financial assistance to a worthwhile organization of the highest winning bidder’s choice.   We are excited to partner with Rick Latona Auctions, a leader in the domain industry to help make this a successful auction.”

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