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National Football League Fights Over Super Bowl Web Site

July 20, 2011Domaining, Domainnamewire, national football league, Policy & Law, super bowl, world intellectual property organizationComments Off on National Football League Fights Over Super Bowl Web Site

NFL wants to take over Super Bowl web site.

The National Football League’s lawyers may be busy trying to settle the lockout, but its lawyers have time to play games with domain names, too.

The NFL just filed a domain name dispute with World Intellectual Property Organization over the domain name SuperBowlConcierge.com.

The domain name is owned by Houston, Texas based EE Nation, which offers a number of travel services.

SuperBowlConcierge.com is focused primarily on selling transportation to Super Bowl attendees, although it also has an affiliate link to a ticket broker. The company owns some other domain names that may be troublesome, including BCSBowlConcierge.com and NBAFinalsConcierge.com.

The NFL hasn’t filed a similar domain name dispute since 2009, when it won a collection of 26 domain names registered by one person.


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GoDaddy to Advertise in 2010 Super Bowl

September 14, 2009Domaining, Domainnamewire, GoDaddy, super bowl, UncategorizedComments Off on GoDaddy to Advertise in 2010 Super Bowl

Domain name registrar signs up for 6th consecutive year.

GoDaddy Super BowlDomain name registrar and web hosting company GoDaddy has purchased an ad spot in next year’s Super Bowl on CBS. This will be the sixth consecutive year the company has advertise on the big show. The company has agreed to air two spots in the Super Bowl on February 7, 2010.

If you’re wondering what the company might feature in its commercials, I have a hunch it will involve scantily clad women.

GoDaddy can credit its Super Bowl commercial strategy with launching it into the mainstream. It isn’t just the air time it buys, it’s the added media mentions thanks to being an internet company (didn’t they all stop advertising in the Super Bowl after the bubble burst?) and its controversial commercials. It’s safe to say that CBS’ censors will deny at least one version of GoDaddy’s commercial for the 2010 game.


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