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salad (.co.uk)

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  1. leec United Kingdom

    leec Active Member

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    Any thoughts for (salad .co .uk) Also comes with .UK rights!

    I picked this up way back in 2004 with many others when drop catching was a completely different animal! More fun too back then if I'm honest!

    Looked last year to team up with someone who has catering experience to open a salad bar, but they decided to travel the world instead! (don't blame them TBH)

    It has a huge potential, but this is one of the many that I never got round to really doing anything with!


    Thanks!
     
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  3. Lucky Luke United Kingdom

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    Looks good for branding in the .uk guise .... no idea what product or service, but a great name.
     
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    Murray Well-Known Member

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    How many inquiries/offers have you had since then?
     
  5. leec United Kingdom

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    For the first few years if I remember it didn't have a holding page or email!

    Now though it does get regular emails, but it's either time wasters or someone saying they can go and register a domain for £6 and will offer a low ball figure!
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Bailey Well-Known Member

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    Yep a Salad supplier (oneday delivery probably med based) - ps don't be offended by low-ball offers, it's just part and parcel of just somebodies wishful thinking. If you want to sell it just put it out there (holding page/Sedo etc) at a realistic asking price. I would've thought asking about £2k was about right - and then forget about it
     
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