Mexico wants you, smart domaineer that you are, to make money fast. It's true.
In 2008, the government of Mexico was all set to launch the biggest construction project in the country's history. They plan to turn a sleepy farming town called Punta Colonet on the western shore of Baja Mexico into the world's biggest deep-water container port.
But then the U.S. and world economies collapsed. So Mexico postponed the bidding on billions of dollars worth of construction contracts. The new date for accepting those bids is April 2009. If the contracts are awarded... massive fortunes will be made, overnight. (An indication that the project is back on track came on February 27, 2009, when the regional government announced the formation of an environmental impact group to provide input on the pending massive development program.)
Everything will be built from scratch -- housing for 250,000 workers and their families; roads, stores, banks, homes, schools... you name it.
And every aspect of this new city will require Internet domain names. PuntaColonetHomes.com, PuntaColonetLawyers.com, PuntaColonetJobs.com, PuntaColonetYellowPages.com and so on.
Let your imagine go wild and register every sort of domain name that a fast-growing community will need. (Don't forget, every town within 100 miles will grow fast as well, providing lots more of the same domain opportunities.) Then prepare to sell them all for megabucks!
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