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Greg McLemore, a 31-year old entrepreneur from Pasadena, California, registered the Pets.com address and launched the site as an online community for pet owners.
Pets.com is the largest pet company on the Internet, specializing in popular and rare pet accessories, products and food. . . . Founded by established Internet entrepreneurs Greg McLemore and Eva Woodsmall in 1998, Pets.com is a spin-off of WebMagic, . . . an Internet incubator that has launched several sites including Toys.com.”
Greg McLemore, 30 . . . scuttled plans to attend graduate school in order to create the electronic retailer Toys.com, which he sold last spring to No.1 rival eToys.com Inc.
Winter 1999 Special Issue Greg McLemore is president and CEO of WebMagic Inc., an incubator based in Pasadena, Calif., that dreams up — and finds funding for — Internet ventures. McLemore was the force behind Toys.com (which was acquired by eToys in 1998) and Pets.com, the online category leader for pet products, information and services. McLemore started his first business, in retail computer supplies, when he was just 14 years old.
Pets.com hails from rather humble beginnings, when in 1994, a savvy 31-year-old entrepreneur, Greg McLemore, registered this first-tier domain name. Not until 1998 did McLemore’s Web design firm, WebMagic, launch Pets.com, incorporating content, community, and commerce. . . . Pets.com was not McLemore’s or WebMagic’s first claim to fame. His Web design firm has been moving behind the scenes for quite some time, having the presence of mind early on to snap up other high-profile domains. In fact, it was Toys.com that first spelled success for McLemore.
Check out Toys.com, the online superstore for toys.
For those with children, Toys.com charts the availability of the season's hottest playthings and lists cool stocking stuffers for under $10.
Web Watch Chart Editor's Pick -- Touting the site as the 'Internet's largest online toy store,' Toys.com's major coup was scoring the domain name. This Web-only vendor . . . provides pages and pages of the hot toys.
. . . former CEO of Reel.com decided Thursday to join Pets.com . . . a Pasadena-based online retailer. . . . First on Ms. Wainwright's mind is finding space in San Francisco or the East Bay; some [team members] will relocate from Pasadena.
Toys.com . . . offers a huge selection, search engine, articles for shoppers, and more. Ordering is secure and you can even see if the items are out of stock.