From a Sponsored Dot-Com
“I am humbled, at a loss for words, to express how thankful I am to have such kind friends in my sponsors, Donna and Bob Nickerson. They feel like my colleagues as much as my board of directors. Through people like them, and Save the Dot-Coms, I have been able to blow our marketing budget without increasing our debt burden. We are still cash-flow negative, but at least we have the chance to make it through the winter! Thanks Donna and Bob!”
— Michael Levy, CEO, Sportsline.com
Please, become a sponsor. Every day, dozens of dot-coms fall ill. Help us find a cure.
“I like to think that my mother and I, through our sponsorship with Save the Dot-Coms, are a contributing force to making life better for WebMD and its employees. After rumors about bankruptcy, WebMD believes it can turn a profit for first time in its life, someday. In WebMD’s case, I can definitely see we have made a difference, and that the expectations for its future have been raised.”
— Anne Weaks and Jill Weaks Delaney
Please, become a sponsor. Let’s pretend we can make a difference.
“As we have no dot-com of our own, my wife and I love hearing from our sponsored dot-com, Gear.com, and being a part of the life of this suffering online sporting goods retailer. We like being part of the solution to some of the problems of the dot-com world, and as always, we get more than we give. In our case, a free jogging stroller, which Gear wrote off as a marketing expense.”
— Charles and Virginia Shumacher
Won’t you join Charles and Virginia, Anne and Jill, and help the likes of Michael? Please, become a sponsor. Let’s put F*ckedCompany out of business.
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