TitleTownTech.com was a domain sought after by the Green Bay Packers. According to the article: The Packers apparently reached out via a service to anonymously engage the Harris family in September after discovering the domain name had been “just two weregistered eks before.” The team offered $5,000 for the transfer of the domain name.
So instead of taking $5,000 for two weeks or a reasonable counter, here is what the registrant did.
From the article:
According to the complaint decision, the Harris family agreed to the terms, but backed out of the deal after the Oct. 19 TitletownTech announcement by the Packers and Microsoft. A counteroffer on Oct. 24 by the respondent promised transfer of the domain in exchange for a payment of $750,000 — plus “8 lifetime Green Bay Packers box seats, 2 parking passes” and “8 Microsoft surface pro’s [sic] with lifetime Microsoft office programs.”
The article goes on to explain how they lost the name in a UDRP, and comments from the family. Kurt Schlosser wrote a good piece worth the read.