Business briefs | April 30

Anna Okerson is the store manager for AHHS Transition Services Furniture.

• AHHS Transition Services, located at 1118 A St. SE, Suite B, Auburn, offers quality used furniture sales. The inventory primarily comes from military sales.

Established in 2001, AHHS specializes in clean and sober recovery housing. The business recently expanded to include furniture, with proceeds going back into the program’s housing projects.

Michelle Jackson and Edward Weber are the owner/operators.

Store hours are 10 a.m.-

5 p.m. daily.

For more information, call 253-929-8423 or visit

• Auburn Foreign & Domestic, 725 Auburn Way N., earned a AAA Top Shop Award, given to businesses that deliver quality repair work, courteous employees and shop cleanliness, measured by customer satisfaction surveys and feedback. AAA Washington annually evaluates and honors those shops. Facilities that earn the honor typically have received customer satisfaction rates close to 100 percent during the last calendar year.

• The Muckleshoot Casino at 2402 Auburn Way South will introduce its newest restaurant, “8”, today. The “Asian cuisine-defined” eatery will offer dishes from China, Vietnam, Japan, Cambodia and Thailand, prepared by Chef Van Phung.

The full-service restaurant’s decor uses the ancient Chinese system, Feng Shui, and seeks to blend the food and atmosphere into one unique dining experience.

For more information call 253-804-4444.

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