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We are excited to announce that any business, organization, or individual can now register .Security, .Protection, and .Theatre domains. With these domains launching into general availability this morning, you can now secure secure short, authoritative names and establish yourself as a leader in your field.

 

Another thing to get excited about is that there are no premium or reserved names. That’s right – all .Security, .Protection, and .Theatre domains have been made available for standard registration fees. That means you can secure just about any 1-character, 2-character, geographic name, or keyword on a first-come, first-served basis. Now is your chance to reserve highly desirable domains like 1.Security, Travel.Protection and Comedy.Theatre that will take your online presence to the next level.  

 

During our trademark holder exclusive registration period, we saw some great names registered like MerrillLynch.Security, Intuit.Protection, BroadwayAcrossAmerica.Theatre, and TaylorSwift.Theatre. But fear not, #GenXYZ, there are still extremely valuable domains available including:

 

  • 4.Theatre
  • i.Theatre
  • Chicago.Theatre
  • Improv.Theatre
  • 3G.Security
  • NYC.Security
  • Bank.Security
  • 1.Protection
  • SF.Protection
  • Fraud.Protection

 

Are you ready for the best part? For a limited time, you can take advantage of our migration service and have your website transitioned to your new web address at no cost. To learn more, contact us once you’ve registered your new .Security, .Protection, or .Theatre domain.

 

You can register your .Security, .Protection, and .Theatre domains at retailers worldwide, including GoDaddy, Name.com, and 101domain. You can also learn more at https://go.protection and https://www.Go.Theatre.

 

Excited about your new domains? Show some love for @Security and @TheatreTLD on twitter and get your site featured!

 

Cheers!

 

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