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Special distributions for two Wells Fargo Advantage Money Market Trust Funds paid on November 5, 2010

As previously disclosed, a special distribution was declared and included in the dividend rate paid to shareholders on November 5, 2010, for two Wells Fargo Advantage Money Market Trust Funds: Money Market Trust and National Tax-Free Money Market Trust.

Under section 19a-1 of the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Funds are required to provide notice to shareholders disclosing the sources from which distributions are made when they exceed net investment income. The payments made on November 5, 2010, were reported to shareholders in writing and are listed in the tables below. Note that no action is required on the part of shareholders. These figures are computed on a financial statement basis and were provided for informational purposes only; they should not be used for tax reporting.

Distributions comprising both net investment income and capital gains were as follows:

Wells Fargo Advantage Money Market Trust
Date of Distributions    
Net Investment Income Percentage
 
Short-Term Capital Gain Percentage
November 5, 2010     99.89% 0.11%
Fund   Class CUSIP NASDAQ Fund #
Money Market Trust   n/a 94975H387 n/a 645


Wells Fargo Advantage National Tax-Free Money Market Trust
Date of Distributions    
Net Investment Income Percentage
 
Short-Term Capital Gain Percentage
November 5, 2010     99.02% 0.98%
Fund   Class CUSIP NASDAQ Fund #
National Tax-Free Money Market Trust   n/a 94975H346 n/a 657


An investment in a money market fund is not insured or guaranteed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other government agency. Although the money market funds seek to preserve the value of your investment at $1.00 per share, it is possible to lose money by investing in a money market fund. A portion of the Funds’ income may be subject to federal, state, and/or local income taxes or the alternative minimum tax (AMT). Any capital gains distributions may be taxable.