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His Punto 2012 applications represented the first public portfolio dedicated specifically to the restaurant industry. Mr. Grego said, "We hope that our gTLDs become the new way restaurants, bars and cafes identify themselves on the Internet.” He chose [[CentralNic]] to provide backend registry solutions for his TLDs.<ref>[http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/6/prweb9600868.htm PRweb.com]</ref>
 
His Punto 2012 applications represented the first public portfolio dedicated specifically to the restaurant industry. Mr. Grego said, "We hope that our gTLDs become the new way restaurants, bars and cafes identify themselves on the Internet.” He chose [[CentralNic]] to provide backend registry solutions for his TLDs.<ref>[http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/6/prweb9600868.htm PRweb.com]</ref>
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Grego is a member of ICANN's [[NTAG]] and the [[AMIPCI]], a Mexican Internet association.<ref>[[ICANN 45]] Interview</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 06:51, 29 October 2012

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Country: Mexico
Email: aaron[at]punto2012.mx
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Aaron Grego is a new gTLD applicant via his company, Punto 2012, which applied for .rest, .bar, and .cafe through ICANN's New gTLD Program.[1] He is also the CEO of QUEREMOSCOMER.com, a restaurant review site focused on México City.[2][3] The site is the most well-known guide of its type in México.

His Punto 2012 applications represented the first public portfolio dedicated specifically to the restaurant industry. Mr. Grego said, "We hope that our gTLDs become the new way restaurants, bars and cafes identify themselves on the Internet.” He chose CentralNic to provide backend registry solutions for his TLDs.[4]

Grego is a member of ICANN's NTAG and the AMIPCI, a Mexican Internet association.[5]

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