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EXCESS SPACE RETAIL SERVICES RETAINED BY KNOWLEDGE LEARNING CENTERS TO DISPOSE OF 37 LOCATIONS


LAKE SUCCESS, New York – Knowledge Learning Centers, Inc. has selected Excess Space Retail Services, Inc. (ESRS), the leading specialist in real estate disposition and lease restructuring for retailers nationwide to exclusively manage the disposition of 37 locations with an aggregate of 249,521 square feet located in 12 States across the nation.

These stores range from 4,250 to 17,600 square feet and are located in Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Missouri, North Carolina, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.

Heading the real estate disposition assignment for ESRS will be Paul Godles, Senior Managing Director, from the firm’s East Coast Office in Lake Success, New York.

About Excess Space Retail Services, Inc.

Founded in 1992, Excess Space, with offices in Lake Success, New York and Huntington Beach, California, has set the industry standard for providing leading national and regional retailers with “best-in-class” real estate disposition, lease restructuring and lease renewal services. During the company’s 15-year history, Excess Space has successfully disposed of and restructured leases for over 125 national and regional retailers. For more information about the privately held firm, call Michael Wiener at (866) 594-9800 ext. 211 or reference the company’s Web site at www.excessspace.com.

About Knowledge Learning Corporation

Knowledge Learning Corporation provides day care and educational programs for more than 300,000 children in the US. Knowledge Learning Corporation offers programs for children from their infancy to primary school years, including back-up child care, before- and after-school care, and summer camps. It operates about 2,000 community centers, 600 school-partnership sites, and 130 corporate child care centers. Clients include "FORTUNE" 500, mid-sized, and small companies; local and state governments; hospitals; and universities. The company became the nation's largest private child care provider following its 2005 acquisition of KinderCare Learning Centers.

For specific information about the Knowledge Learning Centers project please contact Paul Godles at (800) 435-8384 ext. 225.