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Veterans Day Closures

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People in the United States honor their veterans on Monday, November 12, and many companies are closed or have more limited customer service hours. If you are doing business with a US-based company (or a company with US-based employees), there’s a good chance that nobody is going to be in the office to answer questions or help with your transactions.

Some companies like Escrow.com and Sedo’s US office are closed for business, while others like NameMedia’s properties and eNom are open as usual. Even if a company is open though, many people take vacation days since public schools are generally closed and it’s a good time to get away for a long weekend.

On a side note, thank you to all our vets for your service! There are a number of veterans who are active domain investors, and I appreciate all you do selflessly for others. It’s a big family sacrifice, and you are appreciated.


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Comments (1)

    Acro

    What about veteran domainers? ­čśÇ We are open 24/7.

    November 11th, 2012 at 8:09 pm

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