Brent Oxley, the founder of hosting companies Hostgator and Create.com, has amassed a highly desirable domain investment portfolio over the last several years.
His portfolio, which is hosted on Efty’s marketplace technology, contains a stellar cast of domains including Broker.com, Hybrid.com, and Help.com. The collection, though, is one domain lighter now as Oxley has sold Veg.com.
Veg.com was originally acquired by Oxley in 2020 for an undisclosed fee. The name was previously owned by an Enom account that had obscured details thanks to GDPR. We do know that the domain was, however, listed for sale at CategoryDefining.com with an asking price of $200,000.
The domain moved to a privacy-protected GoDaddy account.
Veg.com now redirects to VeterinaryEmergencyGroup.com, an out-of-hours emergency animal hospital group. It regularly uses the VEG initialism, so acquiring Veg.com is a logical upgrade for the company.
Oxley confirmed the sale of Veg.com after I noticed the domain transfer, but couldn’t disclose any further information. The domain held a minimum offer value of $350,000 at Oxley.com.