Six Million Reserved .Travel Place Names to Expire December 31, 2005

| From provides convenient registration process to reserve these place names before December 31, 2005 deadline.

TORONTO, ON (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) --, the accredited Canadian registrar for .travel (, announced a special reservation process for over six million place names in the .travel domain that will expire on December 31, 2005.

"The names of every major Canadian city, town, heritage sites, pilgrim centers, sacred sites, national parks/preserves have been reserved exclusively for authorized bodies," said Uma Murali, President of "If these names are not claimed by authorised agencies before December 31, 2005, any travel agency or non-governmental travel organization may claim them in 2006. Valuable names like ',' ',' ',' '' are available for the appropriate agencies to claim in the next 20 days."

NamesBeyond has created a special reservation process that provides a convenient way for authorized agencies to reserve the important Place Names they care about. In coordination with Tralliance (, NamesBeyond's advanced .travel reservation system will provide safety and protection for all organizations entitled to reserve these critical names.

"In this holiday season, agencies and government bodies have many demands on their time," said Uma Murali. "Our convenient reservation process, acceptance of payments via check or a Purchase Order, and trained support executives allows government agencies to quickly and efficiently perform their transactions."

Names Beyond is accredited for the newly created .TRAVEL domain name, in addition to its portfolio of services for .COM, .NET, .ORG, .IN, .INFO, .JOBS, .BIZ, .US, and .NAME.

About NamesBeyond

NamesBeyond (, founded in 2001 in Toronto, Ontario, is a leading ICANN-accredited and EU-accredited registrar and offers .Travel domain name registrations in association with leading travel and tourism organizations worldwide.

For more information, visit or call Uma Murali at 1.877.321.1356 or +1.416.673.4135.

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