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Rebecca Frisch
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Thank you for taking the time to write such a thorough review, Ben. I've shared it with our top dining, poker, gaming and security executives to ensure they are aware of your suggestions and experiences. -- Rebecca Frisch, Public Relations Manager for Muckleshoot Casino
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Muckleshoot Casino
2402 Auburn Way S, Auburn, WA 98002
I play quite a bit and though I enjoy my time, I have a couple of peeves.
Keep steak knives near the meat at the buffet, just like they do at all other buffets. By the time you sit down and wait for your server and get your knife. The meat is cold. You have spoons near the soup, so makes sense right?
More VIP perks. I will keep the status and play only here. But a line pass is nice but doesn't keep me from going elsewhere.
Double deck blackjack from a shoe with DAS @ $25 minimum. It's what keeps me from here the most. Check the other casinos.  They have it  so why doesn't the biggest have it?
The poker menu is limited beyond reason and i feel like a third class citizen, so make it a complete menu. It won't kill you. 

When the money train comes thru, the security there puts their hand in your face to stop you like I'm some kind of crackhead that intentionally wants to grab those little boxes. Come on use words and be respectful. Very unprofessional and almost a deal breaker for me. Oh and when they ask you to cash out when they are pulling the cash from the machines they can be very rude as well. "People you need to cash out now!" Is not how it's done. I am aware they're in a hurry, but be polite amd say please. I always cringe when they approach. That department needs work on their manners. Please do something about it.

Other then that, it's clean and the dealers are nice. 
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Interesting. I don't think I would, tho:
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Has anyone made it here yet? We always go to Wet'n'Wild as it's closer.
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  • Muckleshoot Casino
    Public Relations and Social Media Manager, 2015 - present
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    Editor, 2010 - 2015
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Rebecca Ingram, Rebecca Ingram Frisch
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Writer. Editor. Publicist. Social Mediaist. (Go with it.) But, first and foremost, mom.
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Cheated death twice. What? Not enough?
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If you remember it's an apartment complex, the disappointments won't be as great. You're in a small footprint with a high amount of people. There will be loud music, barking dogs, and people who will allow their dogs to poop and pee everywhere, including hallways and stairwells. After a rain, the nearby desert lot --- the one every dog owner takes their pet to so as to avoid picking up after them -- will reek of dog urine and poo. If you're too close to the trash bins, you'll smell them, too, especially in the summer. You'll see the occasional cop car, but more often you'll see the security guy sitting in his car instead of on patrol. Someone stole the "H" Honda emblem off my car one night. Who does that? You won't find any covered parking if you come home after everyone else. Some of the adults who frequent the pool area view it as their own personal dayclub, with smoking, drinking, swearing and questionable PDA. They won't tell you when you have packages in the office. You'll be surprised at the end of your lease with a huge bill dinging you for every infraction they can come up with (seriously, set aside a few hundred for that). Maintenance will take several days to get to you unless you really insist. When I moved in, I plugged a nightlight into an outlet and a huge electrical spark burned my fingers. I'll literally had two charred fingerprint pads for several days. I called and asked if maintenance could come check the electrical in the apartment simply due to fire concerns and it was a battle to get someone there. And no, I received no compensation for my injury. Not even for a new nightlight since mine was blown! It's an apartment complex. It's a grand money-making scheme. It's a certainty the corporation doesn't pay their employees enough to care overly much (nor encourage them to) so conversely don't expect much. (Do expect someone to try to counter this review because it's part of their job description.) I agree with the suggestions to live on the third floor. The only real bright spot was our view of the valley, but not everyone will have that.
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