Muckleshoot Casino General Manager, Conrad Granito sent out an announcement this week alerting patrons that the temporary closure of the Muckleshoot Casino Resort and Bingo Hall would be extended.
The statement reads:
“Almost 25 years ago, the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe created what is now a vital economic engine with a dream, a tent and you. It is with the continued well-being of a people and community in mind that we are extending our temporary closure through at least April 14
This extension supports Governor Inslee’s recent “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order. It also underscores the commitment of Tribal and Casino leadership to prioritizing the safety of our guests, our team and the larger community we serve. We will continue to closely monitor and evaluate federal, state and local recommendations regarding COVID-19 and make adjustments as needed.
During this challenging time when so much is uncertain, we will continue to ensure base wages and enrolled benefits for all Muckleshoot Casino team members.
Follow us on social media and visit us at MuckleshootCasino.com for reopening updates as well as preliminary answers to questions about Free Play, expiring points, and more.
Please continue to stay safe and we look forward to seeing you again soon. “