SOURCE: The Children's Internet, Inc.

March 04, 2008 09:00 ET

The Children's Internet Announces Its Stock Purchase Contract Extension and Other Business Matters

SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwire - March 4, 2008) - The Children's Internet, Inc. (OTCBB: CITC) announced today that it has amended the terms of its agreement with The Children's Internet Holding Company (TCI Holding) to extend the outside termination date of their Definitive Stock Purchase Agreement (DSPA) from February 29, 2008 to March 15, 2008.

The DSPA provides for the purchase of 128,040,988 shares of TCI stock for an aggregate purchase price of $8 million and a warrant to purchase up to 128,040,988 shares of TCI common stock at an exercise price equal to the purchase price per share of common stock under the DSPA. The warrant may only be exercised after the closing of the DSPA, and then, only until April 30, 2008.

Richard J. Lewis III, TCI's Acting CEO and the Manager of TCI Holding, commented, "TCI Holding has identified the investment groups necessary to complete its capital raise and confidently expects to close on the acquisition of TCI by March 15, 2008."

TCI also recently entered into a Retail Merchandizing Services Agreement (the "Services Agreement") with Advantage Sales and Marketing (ASM), www.asmnet.com, not Advanced Sales and Marketing as previously announced February 11, 2008. Under the terms of the Services Agreement, ASM will provide in-store retail merchandizing services, including the servicing and distribution of TCI products to over 10,500 stores. The term of the Services Agreement is for two years, not one, as previously announced.

Mr. Lewis commented, "This is a tremendous opportunity for TCI. We could not be more excited."

After the closing, TCI will launch its complementary new division, The American Indian Children's Internet (AICI), www.aichildrensinternet.com. Cahuilla Margaret Red Elk will be the President of AICI. Ms. Red Elk is responsible for bringing two prominent and esteemed individuals to TCI's board of directors, former United States Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell, and current National Indian Gaming Association President Ernie Stevens Jr. Both have agreed to be members of TCI's new board of directors for a three-year terms commencing after the close.

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