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Q: marketing firm doing fundraising for colleges and non-profit organizations ( Answered,   2 Comments )
Subject: marketing firm doing fundraising for colleges and non-profit organizations
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: stockbridgegroup-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 27 May 2004 11:39 PDT
Expires: 26 Jun 2004 11:39 PDT
Question ID: 352791
Trying to find company called stockbridge marketing.  It has a web
site but I cannot find it via Google search engine.
Subject: Re: marketing firm doing fundraising for colleges and non-profit organizations
Answered By: aceresearcher-ga on 27 May 2004 13:38 PDT
Greetings, stockbridgegroup!

I've found the company and website you are seeking, but it seems that
they have a bit of an identity crisis.

This Public Relations Directory shows the following information for them:
"ADDRESS      2645 Executive Park Drive, Suite 163
              Weston, FL 33331 United States
PHONE        (954)217-7000
FAX          (954)217-7010

However, the current occupant of 
is a company by the same name which provides automobile sales and
leasing services. Contact information is listed as:

"Dale O. Reynolds, Jr.
The Stockbridge Group
495 Seaport Court, Suite 101
Redwood City, CA 94063
Tel. 650.369.1669
Fax 650.364.3549 "

It seems pretty clear that these are two distinctly different companies.

A TUCOWS WhoIs lookup shows that this domain is currently owned by:
 The Stockbridge Group
 495 Seaport Ct., Ste 101
 Redwood City, CA 94063

 Administrative Contact:
    Reynolds, Dale
    495 Seaport Ct., Ste 101
    Redwood City, CA 94063
 Technical Contact:
    Hostica, Hostica
    PO Box 7537
    Torrance, CA 90504
 Registrar of Record: TUCOWS, INC.
 Record last updated on 31-Oct-2003.
 Record expires on 31-Oct-2006.
 Record created on 31-Oct-2003."$2Ey=13

Many domain registrar companies offer a service whereby a Customer can
request to be put on a waiting list for a specific domain name that is
currently taken, in case the domain name expires at some point in the
future. Once a domain name registration expires, there is a grace
period during which the owner may pay a registration fee to keep using
it. However, once that grace period expires, the registrar releases
it, and it's "open season" -- unless someone has had the foresight to
get themselves put first in line to grab it.

It looks to me as though that is exactly what has happened here; the
PR firm's registration expired last October 31st, they failed to renew
it, and the car dealership by the same name snapped it up.

Given your username, I presume that you're the company whose website
has gone AWOL. There are a couple of things you can do to to try to
reclaim your URL:

1) Approach the current owner and offer to buy it back; I seriously
doubt that this will work -- unless you are prepared to pay an
exhorbitant amount, the owner is likely determined to hang onto it.

2) Put *your* name on a registrar's waiting list in the hope that it
will expire on October 31, 2006, and you can reclaim it -- but in the
meantime, you will not have it for your website, and it's doubtful
that the owner will let it expire since that's how he got it from you.

3) If you have not previously been granted a trademark for this name,
check to see if the car dealer has trademarked the name. If not, apply
for a Trademark / Copyright *immediately*. Once you have obtained this
(if you are able to do so), you will have the potential (but no
assurance) to persuade ICANN, the domain name regulating authority, to
agree that you have a legal right to the URL name and return ownership
of it to you.

In addition, if a third-party web developer let your domain name
expire without your knowledge, you may have legal recourse to recover
damages from them. To do so, you would most likely need to produce
concrete evidence that loss of the URL has materially (financially)
damaged your company.

Search Strategy

"The Stockbridge Group"

Before rating this Answer, if you have questions about the information
that I have presented, please post a Request for Clarification, and I
will be glad to see what I can do for you.


Subject: Re: marketing firm doing fundraising for colleges and non-profit organizations
From: bobbie7-ga on 27 May 2004 12:57 PDT
Here is an archived copy of The Stockbridge Group website (2002).

Here is the current website:

Is this the website you?re looking for?

Subject: Re: marketing firm doing fundraising for colleges and non-profit organizations
From: czh-ga on 27 May 2004 14:15 PDT
Hello stockbridgegroup-ga,

I had also been researching your question but since it's been answered
you might as well  have the information.

I believe that the current domain name of that
now belongs to a California car leasing company used to belong to The
Stockbridge Group, Inc. of Florida. Alexander Halperin, the contact
person for the Florida company ran for office in the fall of 2002 and
was defeated. I feel fairly certain his Stockbridge Group
( is the company you?re looking for. I?ve also
found two other possible Stockbridge companies.
~ czh ~
The Stockbridge Group, Inc. 
The Stockbridge Group, Inc. offers the full range of multi-media
marketing options. We have in-house television and video production
capabilities, web development abilities, and extraordinary print-media
resources to provide your company with all of its marketing needs.
Stockbridge Resources, Inc.
40 Cutter Mill  Road, Great Neck, New York 11021-3213
Telephone: 516-487-1700   Fax: 516-487-1146
Miles & Stockbridge P.C.

From public school districts to independent schools, colleges and
universities, Miles & Stockbridge represents a wide range of
educational institutions.

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