After 63 Years, Miller Family Closes Glacier Lanes In South Everett

August 3, 2020

Everett Economy

Glacier Lanes operated for 63 years in Everett, Washington

Generations of the Miller family served Everett food, drinks and fun at Glacier Lanes.

Sad to see the following announcement today from the Miller family on the closure of Glacier Lanes in south Everett.

It’s with heavy hearts that the we (Miller family) have to call it quits after 63 years serving the public.

Sadly the mandated closures, and the lack of direction from Washington state’s elected officials has officially claimed a family operated icon of entertainment in snohomish county.

Due to the lack of income (caused by the impossible to succeed, restrictions based ‘phased” game plan) it is no longer possible to off set the monthly power, utilities, insurance, and payroll (just to name a few) from the past six months.

We have held our hope, (as well as remodeled and revamped the building and how we conduct business ) as well as followed every safety and sanitize guideline issued by the state to no avail.

It is confirmed that bowling is still MONTHS away from opening, and even that would be at 25%.

It has been our pleasure serving the public for the past six decades. We hope our legacy is as heart filled and fond memories filled to all of u as it is to us. We will miss u all and thank u Everett !!

-Tuffy, Larry , Steve, Toni Miller



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