Emerald Queen Casino On Portland Avenue Tacoma Wa

Puyallup Tribe of Indians

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2102 E Alexander Ave, Tacoma, WA98421

Industry:Amusement Device Operator Drinking Place Eating Place, Wired Telecommunications Carriers, Amusement and Recreation Servi

Doing business as:Emerald Queen Casino


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  • The Puyallup Tribe presented an update on its new Emerald Queen Casino to the Tacoma City Council on Tuesday. The 110,000-square-foot casino inside the 310,000-square-foot building will cost $370.
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Phone:(253) 594-7777, (253) 272-6773 (Fax), (253) 606-1518, (253) 272-1764 (Fax)

Description:Eating Places

Members (27):Jennifer Johnson (Manager)
Nick Lister (Chief Technology Officer, CTO)
Matt Kopf (Woiring Technician)
Joseph Peterson (Tribal Lottery Director)
Don Ulemek (Safety Manager)

SIC:5812 - Eating Places

SIC6:799304 - Coin Machines & Supplies


Open Hours:Open 7 Days a Week

Company size:49

Emerald Queen Casino

5700 Pacific Hwy E, Tacoma, WA98424

Industry:Amusement/Recreation Services

Phone:(253) 383-1572

Members (11):Frank Wright (General Manager)
David Bonds (Director Information Technology)
Matt Kopf (Systems Administrator)
Tonia Coffee (Marketing Director)
Kylene Wolfe (Information Technology Manager)

Emerald Queen Hotel & Casino in Fife

5700 Pacific Hwy E, Tacoma, WA98424

Doing business as:Indian Tribe Sovereign Nation, Puyallup Tribes Bingo Palace, Emerald Queen Casino

Registration:Jul 1, 1992


Phone:(888) 831-7655

Members (2):Mr Frank Wright (General Manager)
Ms Jodi Harris (Marketing Manager)

Categories:Casinos, Concert Halls, Hotels, Entertainers, Restaurants

Emerald Queen Hotel & Casinos

5580 Pacific Hwy E #D, Tacoma, WA98424

Doing business as:Puyallup Tribes Bingo Palace, Indian Tribe Sovereign Nation, Emeral Queen Casino

Registration:Jul 1, 1992


Phone:(888) 831-7655

Members (3):Mr Frank Wright (General Manager)
Ms Sheila Coco (Executive Assistant)
Ms Jodi Harris (Marketing Consultant)

Categories:Casinos, Concert Halls, Hotels, Entertainers, Restaurants

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5700 Pacific Hwy E, Fife, WA98424



Phone:(253) 922-2000

Products:Dining, Hotel, International Buffet, Live Music Every Weekend!, nightclub, ...

Open Hours:Saturday & Sunday Weekends

Additional:Eqci-5, Eqc Hotel & Casino in Fife

Emerald Queen Casino at I-5

2024 E 29Th St, Tacoma, WA98404

Industry:Other Gambling Industries, Casinos, Wired Telecommunications Carriers

Doing business as:Emerald Queen Hotel & Casinos, Puyallup Tribes Bingo Palace, Indian Tribe Sovereign Nation, Emerald Queen Casino
Emerald Queen Casino

Registration:Jul 1, 1992


Phone:(888) 831-7655, (253) 594-7777, (253) 573-0514 (Fax), (253) 383-1572


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Members (4):Mr Frank Wright (General Manager)
Ms Jodi Harris (Marketing Manager)
Frank Wright (President)
Joanne Coats (Manager)

SIC:7993 - Coin-Operated Amusement Devices

Categories:Casinos, Concert Halls, Hotels, Entertainers, Restaurants

Company size:1

Emerald Quiltworks

4208 49Th Ave S, Seattle, WA98118

Industry:Ret Sewing Supplies/Fabrics

Registration:Sep 13, 2007

Phone:(206) 722-5051

Member:Virginia Marr (Partner)

Categories:Craft Supplies, Fabric Shops

Categories:RV & Camper Dealers


Phone:(253) 922-3266

Customers served:Commercial

Emerald Real Estate Development Inc

12728 11Th Ave Ne, Marysville, WA98271

Industry:Real Estate Develoment

Phone:(360) 658-0237

Members (2):Michael Mulligan (Vice-President)
James Mulligan (President, inactive)

Industry:Real Estate Agent/Manager

Phone:(509) 837-6787

Addresses:6800 Emerald Rd, Sunnyside, WA98944
PO Box 419, Sunnyside, WA98944

Members (2):Pamela Durfey (Manager, Member, inactive)
Penny Ross (Member, inactive)


1326 5Th St C1A, Marysville, WA98270

Industry:Home Builders, Decks, Fencing, Lighting

Phone:(360) 653-5655

Emerald Rap City Records

1337 N 185Th St, Seattle, WA98133

Industry:Ret Records/Cd's/Tapes

Member:Alex Reising (Principal)

Emerald Raindrops Photography LLC

4040 35Th Ave Sw, Seattle, WA98126

Industry:Photo Portrait Studio

Member:Aaron Hernandez (Principal)

Emerald Rain Jewelry

2135 Citation Loop, Wenatchee, WA98801

Industry:Ret Jewelry

Emerald Real Estate Solutions LLC

4265 137Th Ave Ne, Bellevue, WA98005

Industry:Real Estate Agent/Manager, Real Estate Agents and Managers

Emerald Racing Inc

34718 31St Ct Sw, Auburn, WA98023

Industry:Business Services at Non-Commercial Site

Emerald Queen Hotel

5700 Pacific Hwy E, Fife, WA98424

Emerald Queen Casino Tacoma

Industry:Hotels & Motels, Except Casino Hotels


Phone:(253) 922-2000, (253) 922-3550 (Fax)

Member:Doug Bartell (Manager)

SIC:7011 - Hotels and Motels

Company size:6


Tacoma, WA

Registration:May 8, 2014

State ID:86276290

Status:686 - Published for opposition

Status date:Feb 3, 2015

Illustration:Drawing with word(s)/letter(s)/number(s) in Block form

Attorney:Paul L. Havel
111 Sw 5Th Ave Ste 3400, Portland, OR97204

Employee:Kathleen Mary Vanston

Goods & Services:The mark was first used anywhere in a different form other than that sought to be registered at least as early as 04/19/1997, The mark was first used in commerce in a different form other than that...

Owner:Puyallup Tribe Of Indians, 3009 East Portland Avenue, Tacoma, WA98404


Registration:Dec 20, 1993

Inactive since:Apr 3, 2012

State ID:601511225

Business type:Profit

Emerald Queen Casino Tacoma Washington


Members (3):James Mulligan (President), 12728 11Th Ave Ne, Marysville, WA98271
Joann Mulligan (Secretary), 12728 11Th Ave Ne, Marysville, WA98271
Michael Mulligan (Vice President,Treasurer,Chairman), 12728 11Th Ave Ne, Marysville, WA98271

Agent:James H Mulligan
12728 11Th Ave Ne, Marysville, WA98271 (Physical)


Registration:Dec 30, 1994

Inactive since:Apr 1, 2013

State ID:601610558

Expiration:30 years

Members (2):Pamela Durfey (Manager,Member)
Penny Ross (Member)

Agent:Hazel Newhouse
6800 Emerald Rd, Sunnyside, WA98944 (Physical)
PO Box 419, Sunnyside, WA98944 (Physical)


Registration:Dec 20, 1993

Inactive since:Mar 25, 2002

State ID:601511224

Business type:Profit


Members (2):James H Mulligan (President), Marysville, WA98270
Joann O Mulligan (Vice President), Marysville, WA98270


Registration:Oct 24, 2007

State ID:77312308

Reg. number:3542706

Status:780 - Cancellation terminated - see ttab records

Status date:Jan 10, 2013

Illustration:Drawing with word(s)/letter(s)/number(s) in Block form

Attorney:Candice E. Kim

Employee:Andrea R Hack

Goods & Services:In the statement, column 1, line 13,' ultimate fighting' is deleted, and 'mixed martial arts' is inserted., 'casino', Providing casino and gaming facilities and services; providing entertainment in...

Owner:Puyallup Tribe Of Indians, 3009 East Portland Avenue, Tacoma, WA98404

Correspondent:Paul Havel

Tribal Council Update on Emerald Queen Casino

Posted on: July 30, 2020

Dear Tribal community,

This Tribal Council prioritizes health and safety. Since thebeginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, we followed public health experts’ guidanceand took extraordinary measures to protect our community, including temporarilyclosing our school, government offices and the Emerald Queen Casino.

As soon as we closed our casinos, our staff began developing a plan to reopen safely and sought input from public health experts in the state. EQC installed Plexiglas barriers and temperature check stations, contracted for deep cleaning, adopted new safety policies such as mask requirements and trained staff in proper procedures. EQC management is in regular contact with the Tribe’s public health official for the latest COVID-19 information and areas for improvement. You can read more about the casinos’ extensive safety protocols here.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has receivedthousands of complaints concerning workplace safety with regard toCOVID-19. Appropriately, filing an OSHAcomplaint is as easy as filling out a website form or simply calling OSHA. This happened in relation to the EQC Tacomalocation. On July 17, OSHA sent EQC aletter containing alleged COVID-19 hazards that OSHA had received in relationto the EQC Tacoma site. The allegationscovered issues related to social distancing, hand sanitization, confidentiality,ill guests and employees, and the proper use of masks. As OSHA stated, the letter was not a citationor proposed penalty, but a requirement for EQC to investigate the allegedhazards, report the findings and take corrective measures where necessary. Upon receipt of the letter, EQC promptlystarted and completed an investigation and sent the results to OSHA. OSHA may request more information, conduct anon-site inspection, or simply close the file. At the end of the day, any further involvement from OSHA will helpus improve the health and safety measures taken at EQC.

The Tribe doesn’t make a practice out of commenting on such findings,and public release of our internal investigations is rare. However, given the public concern aboutCOVID-19, the Tribal Council took the opportunity to take a deep look at whatwas working at the EQC, what could be improved, and to see how well ourpractices measured up to the policies we put into place. We did this for our community, including ourguests and our employees.

The investigation included close review of security camerafootage, review of logs and employee interviews. The broad allegations setforth in the OSHA letter were not supported. Overall, the investigation foundthat our EQC employees have gone above and beyond to keep the guests andthemselves safe. Yet, certain areasneeded immediate improvement and policy reinforcement, including making suremasks are being properly worn at all times by guests and employees in all areasof the casino in strict adherence to the COVID policy. This action was taken straightaway. EQC managers also looked for ways to furtherimprove safety measures, including the creation of one point of contact for allEQC COVID-related issues and the adoption of improved employee contact tracingprotocols. As more is learned about thevirus, EQC is committed to adapt, as we all must, in dealing with this noveland changing pandemic.

To date, in a county with more than 4,500 positive COVID-19 cases,only five Emerald Queen Casino employees have tested positive. In eachinstance, safety protocols were followed, and we believe none contracted thevirus through their jobs, as all affected employees are interviewed todetermine their possible contacts, which are often traced back to family andfriends. We want our front-lineemployees to feel safe and speak up when necessary to help make our operationssafer. They are on the front lines in this pandemic, and they will get all thesupport this Council and EQC management can give them.

We cannot let down our guard in the face of COVID-19. We have to continually improve and adapt. Weall have to work together to keep our community safe.