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January 28, 2013

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Frank Schilling Invites Domain Brokers to Dinner - DomainNameSales.com Special Event Next Monday Night Precedes the Webfest Global Conference Opening Feb. 5

Call it an offer you can't refuse or at least one you wouldn't want to refuse if you are in the domain brokerage business. Industry giant Frank Schilling and his DomainNameSales.com (DNS) team will be hosting a pre Webfest Global conference dinner for domain brokers only next Monday night (February 4, 2013) in Santa Monica, California. If you are in the brokerage business and will be in town for the show DNS wants you to be their guest at a gathering that will run from 7pm to 10pm at the Misfit Bar, located at 225 Santa Monica Boulevard (just a 7-minute walk from the Fairmont Miramar Hotel where the conference will be staged. Here is a map for your convenience).

To properly plan for the number of guests that will be on hand, DNS needs to know you are coming, so all you need to do is send an email RSVP to Dan Adamson - Dan at DomainNameSales.com - and  present your

Frank Schilling
DomainNameSales.com Founder

business card at the door when you arrive Monday night to enjoy "a night of food, drinks and frivolity" with your Frank and your fellow brokers.

As all of our regular readers know, Schilling has made major waves in the domain aftermarket with DomainNameSales.com, a platform that is already being used by many of the industry's top brokers. Schilling told us, “We are in the beginning phases of growing a platform that intends to shape our industry for years to come. We are certain it will change and redefine the sales hierarchy of the domain industry for the benefit of all domain name brokers and sales professionals."

Regarding next week's event for brokers, Jeff Gabriel, who recently joined DNS as Vice President of Sales, said "We felt that having a brokers only gathering – something that has never been organized before, would allow us to collaborate, network and share ideas in a setting that is just as unconventional as our marketplace."

Another leader on the DNS team who helping to co-ordinate the affair, Dan Adamson, added, "We want to form lasting relationships in a non-competitive environment with the individuals who represent our brand, for the benefit of all brokers and our partners."

For anyone in the brokerage business, the DNS event looks like the perfect start for a productive week at Webfest Global. The conference gets underway the following morning, Tuesday, February 5 and runs through Thursday, February 7. We will be there to cover the entire week for you with daily posts here in the Lowdown.

Jeff Gabriel
DNS VP of Sales

(Posted January 28, 2013)  

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