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K-9 Acquisition Extends Tender Offer For Great Wolf Resorts

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K-9 Acquisition Inc., an affiliate of Apollo Global Management (APO: Quote), and Great Wolf Resorts Inc. (WOLF), announced that they have extended the previously announced cash tender offer for all outstanding Great Wolf shares or "Offer" for a period of 10 business days.

K-9 is extending the expiration of the Offer until on April 20, 2012, unless further extended or earlier terminated. The Depositary has informed K-9 that, as of on April 4, 2012, 1.39 million shares of common stock have been validly tendered and not validly withdrawn.

In addition, K-9 Investors, L.P., an affiliate of Apollo, announced that it has extended the previously announced change of control offerfor all of the outstanding 10.875% First Mortgage Notes due 2017 so that the Change of Control Offer will expire simultaneously with the Offer.

The Change of Control Offer was previously scheduled to expire on April 13, 2012. The Holding Partnership is extending the expiration of the Change of Control Offer until on April 20, 2012, unless further extended or earlier terminated.

Accordingly, the tender deadline under the Change of Control Offer is extended to April 17, 2012 and the withdrawal deadline under the Change of Control Offer is extended to April 18, 2012.

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