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CORRECTING and REPLACING Foxwoods® Resort Casino Announces Partnership With Grandparents.com

Third paragraph, second sentence of release dated August 11, 2014, should read: AGA members who sign up for the Foxwoods Rewards Program also will have access to Foxwoods Resort Casino’s online gaming site, play.foxwoods.com. (instead of AGA members who sign up for the Foxwoods Rewards Program also will have access to Foxwoods Resort Casino’s online gaming site, foxplay.com.).

The corrected release reads:

FOXWOODS® RESORT CASINO ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH GRANDPARENTS.COM

Members to Receive $25 Promotional Offer and Online Gaming Access

Foxwoods Resort Casino is today announcing its partnership with Grandparents.com (GPCM), the Trusted Resource for Grandparents™, and premier online destination for the growing and economically powerful age 50-plus demographic.

As part of the partnership, all premium members of Grandparents.com’s membership organization, the American Grandparents Association (AGA), who join the Foxwoods Rewards Program, will receive a promotional gaming offer valued at $25.

The Foxwoods Rewards Program provides valued players and guests with rewards every time they use their Foxwoods Rewards Card when they play – from benefits and services to a wide array of locations to redeem rewards. AGA members who sign up for the Foxwoods Rewards Program also will have access to Foxwoods Resort Casino’s online gaming site, play.foxwoods.com.

“We believe that Grandparents.com is a wonderful organization that provides real value to its members,” said Felix Rappaport Chief Operating Officer, Foxwoods Resort Casino. “To that end, Foxwoods Resort Casino is honored to be its partner in the Gaming, Resort and Entertainment segment.”

“Grandparents.com is proud to welcome Foxwoods as a partner,” said Steve Leber, Chairman and CEO of Grandparents.com. “Today’s announcement underscores our commitment to growing our list of benefits that are both relevant to the 2 million-plus AGA members and designed to meet the needs and interests of the active age 50-plus demographic who enjoy living life to the fullest.”

Grandparents.com and its benefits organization, The American Grandparents Association (AGA), celebrates, elevates and rewards America’s 70 million grandparents, helping them to live happier, healthier lives.

At Foxwoods, guests are able to enjoy premier hotel, gaming, shopping and entertainment – all on one property. And with the Foxwoods Rewards Card, no other casino in the world offers more places to earn and redeem rewards within one immense, multi-property resort complex.

For more information about the Foxwoods Rewards Program, visit www.foxwoods.com.

About the American Grandparents Association

The American Grandparents Association (AGA) — the benefits organization of the media brand, Grandparents.com — elevates, celebrates and rewards America’s 70 million grandparents with educational, financial and health resources. With the powerful 50+ demographic controlling 70% of the country’s wealth, the 21st century grandparent is like no generation ever before. With more than 2 million registered members, Grandparents.com is the #2 website in the age 50+ segment of the population. Grandparents.com promotes health and wellbeing by providing timely information and expert advice on issues facing seniors today including health, family, relationships, finances, travel, entertainment, and retirement.

About Grandparents.com

Grandparents.com, Inc. (OTCQB: GPCM) is a social media and marketing company focused on America’s 100+ million grandparents, boomers and seniors, the largest and wealthiest demographic in the US. With more than 2 million registered members, Grandparents.com is the #2 website in the age 50+ segment of the population. Grandparents.com promotes health and wellbeing by providing timely information and expert advice on issues facing seniors today including health, family, relationships, finances, travel, entertainment, and retirement. See www.Grandparents.com.

About Foxwoods® Resort Casino

Foxwoods Resort Casino is one of the premier entertainment destinations in the Northeast. As the largest resort casino in North America, Foxwoods offers a vast array of gaming in six casinos; AAA Four-Diamond hotels, restaurants from gourmet to express, world-renowned spas, awarding-winning golf, state-of-the-art theaters, and exclusive retailers. Perfect for both recreation and business, Foxwoods provides modern and versatile convention and meeting space to infuse new life into any meeting or event. Foxwoods Resort Casino is owned and operated by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation. For a comprehensive look at Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation visit Foxwoods.com.

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