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NameJet and RegistryPro Partner to Auction Premium Three-Character Domains

NameJet™, a leading domain auction company that offers an exclusive inventory of deleted and expired domains, and RegistryPro™, the exclusive operator of the .PRO top-level domain (TLD) on the Internet, announced today a partnership to auction eleven premium, three-character .PRO domains starting November 16th, 2010. RegistryPro agreed to partner with NameJet based on the success of previous premium domain auctions hosted on the NameJet platform.

"We continue to see the use of .PRO domains grow and are excited to offer our premium three-character domains through the NameJet platform," commented Lucas Roh, CEO of RegistryPro. "With NameJet's success in auctioning other premium domains, coupled with the scale of their user base, we believe this will be a very successful first auction for us."

"We are pleased to be working with a prestigious registry like RegistryPro," said Matt Overman, general manager of NameJet. "We look forward to generating even more awareness for .PRO names and making their premium domain inventory available to our customers."

NameJet and RegistryPro will make more details of the auction available in the coming weeks.

About NameJet
NameJet™ is a leading domain name backorder service and auction marketplace. NameJet allows those trying to acquire registration rights to domain names the ability to participate in auctions for domain names when they expire or are deleted by the registry. NameJet derives its inventory from the leading domain name registrars including Network Solutions®, eNom® and BulkRegister®. In addition to auctions, users can also place backorder requests on currently registered domain names. NameJet employs award-winning technology to power their easy to use Web site, which allows clients to participate in auctions and manage backorder requests. More information can be found at www.NameJet.com

About .PRO

.PRO

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, RegistryPro is the ICANN-designated operator of the .PRO TLD. Since launching in 2004, .PRO has become an important tool for businesses, organizations and individuals in building trusted relationships throughout the world. In many languages, "pro" is synonymous with dedication, skill, and vision — the .PRO name allows people to capture that distinctive character. Whether developing a brand, refining an identity, or promoting a specialty, .PRO offers every business and professional the opportunity to enhance their image by adding a powerful, easy-to-identify name to their online presence and web-based products. Learn More

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