.Travel Release of One and Two Character Domain Names – Apply in December, 2010

The .Travel Registry is accepting proposals for the allocation of one and two character .travel domain names during the month of December, 2010. Accepted proposals will pay normal registration prices for these domains. This includes both letters and numbers but excludes two-letter country-code abbreviations.

The .Travel registry has announced it will be accepting proposals for the allocation of one and two character .travel domain names during the month of December, 2010.  Accepted proposals will pay normal registration prices for these domains.

Proposals are expected to be less than five pages in length.  The Registry’s guidelines say that they are “looking for promotional and use commitments that show your desire and ability to bring these names to market to maximize their value. We also anticipate that a program of promotion will tie these one and two-character names to use of a block of normally registered .Travel names. For example, tying a premium name to a block of 10 or 25 normally registered names allows a broader program of use and broadens the base of registrations, something that helps all of us.  However, a solid, high-visibility promotion program of one and two-character names alone may be successful without the addition of a block of normally registered names.”

The full list of available strings can be viewed here: http://www.travel.travel/PDFs/1-2CharReleaseList.pdf

To view the guidelines for proposals, please visit: http://travel.travel/PDFs/OneandTwoCharacterTravelRFP.pdf

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