.Pro Registry Announces One- Two- and Three-Character .PRO Names – Request for Proposal (RFP)

.Pro Registry announces process for releasing one, two and three-character .pro domain names. Proposals are being accepted from February 10.

RegistryPro, the .Pro registry, has announced details regarding the first phase of the release and allocation of one- two and three-character .PRO names.  The first phase calls for submission of Request for Proposal’s (RFP), which opens February 10, 2010.  The complete RFP process is outlined at http://www.registry.pro/123.

 Here are a few important dates and details:

 The RFP period opens today, February 10, 2010

  • The deadline to submit RFPs for one-character .PRO names is March 31, 2010
  • The deadline to submit RFPs for two- and three-character names is April 30, 2010
  • The cost of submitting an RFP is $250.00 US (50% refunded for RFPs not accepted)
  • Names not allocated by RFP will be released by auction and first come / first served, general release at a later date

 A copy of the official one- two- and three-character RFP press release is available at http://registry.pro/press-releases/2010/0210.shtml.  Over the course of the next several days, RegistryPro will also be posting updates on its Facebook and Twitter accounts, as well as via its RSS feed, RegistryPro News.   

As our press release says, “The primary objective of the RFP process is to develop long-term relationships with and secure firm commitments from individuals, businesses and professional organizations that evidence an honest, well mapped out understanding of this opportunity as well as their place in the .PRO space.”