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SBJ/June 4 - 10, 2001/No Topic Name
Published June 4, 2001
Michigan to auction online
The University of Michigan is teaming with Dayton, Ohio-based BusinessHere Inc. to launch a private-label auction site at MGoBlueAuction.com. The site will be used to auction products and events to raise funds for the Michigan Student Athletic Scholarship Endowment Fund.
Mygolftime, AOL link
Mygolftime Inc. of Winter Park, Fla., signed a tee-time reservation deal with America Online Inc. In exchange for a licensing fee, AOL users and visitors to AOL Web sites will see a "book my tee time" button that will be powered by Mygolftime. The online tee-time reservation company's service also will be accessible on AOL's internal travel, sports and golf pages, as well as AOL subsidiary Compuserve's golf and sports pages.
Canaries offer sites to fans
The Sioux Falls (S.D.) Canaries of the independent Northern League are teaming with Sioux Falls-based CoreFactory Inc. to offer personalized Web sites to fans. CoreFactory is a division of Dakota Home Web Design and Hosting. The Canaries are giving fans a chance to each have a free site for 30 days. Those fans then wanting to buy their sites, which link to the team's canariesbaseball.com site, would pay $49.99 a year.