The Snoqualmie Casino. File Photo

The Snoqualmie Casino. File Photo

Snoqualmie Casino adds Kent, Auburn stops to employee shuttle

The Casino has added routes to its free commuter bus, including Kent and Auburn.

The Snoqualmie Casino has announced the expansion of its free team member transportation service.

The program is designed to provide a safe and reliable way for its team members to get to and from work, while helping to reduce traffic congestion and benefiting the environment.

The casino launched the program in 2019. Since then it has provided over 65,000 safe commutes. The program’s original and only pickup location was in Covington, but now extends to include new bus routes to Kent and Auburn.

The team member bus program is in addition to the existing bus transportation service used by casino guests. This service has stops in Downtown Seattle, Bellevue and Renton and will also be adding stops in Kent and Auburn.

The team member bus program is free for all Snoqualmie Casino team members.

“Team member safety is the number one priority for Snoqualmie Casino and the bus transportation service enables us to help deliver that, “ said Stanford Le, CEO for Snoqualmie Casino. “Together with the attractive benefits we offer and positive company culture, our hope is to attract more candidates from the areas surrounding the new bus routes in Kent and Auburn.”

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