Kenny Slaught Recognizes Santa Barbara’s Impressive History

Hotel Virginia, the Old Mission’s pink towers and the El Pueblo Viejo district are a few of Santa Barbara’s attractions. The County Courthouse displays beautiful murals, and the observation deck offers an amazing city view. The Lobero theatre was built in 1873 and renovated in the 1920’s by George Washington Smith. There are many structures…

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Kenny Slaught Continues Big-Hearted Philanthropy In California

Kenny Slaught, founder of Investec Real Estate Companies, offers his support to those who experienced losses. Slaught advocates for the Hospice of Santa Barbara and one of its programs, Parenting After Loss, on his blog at KennySlaught.com. He focuses on bringing awareness to the importance of social support for those who lost someone they loved.…

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Kenny Slaught Advocates For Services Helping Troubled Youth

Property investor Kenny Slaught has been constantly involved in the communities where his business operates. Slaught has been supporting the Hospice of Santa Barbara and its ‘The Youth Bereavement Outreach Program’. He talks about it on his blog at KennySlaught.com, in order to make the public aware of how important children’s well-being is.  Read more:…

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Kenny Slaught Discusses Historical Buildings In Santa Barbara

Famous architect George Washington Smith started the Spanish Colonial Revival movement almost 100 years back. Smith left Harvard to become a bond trader, and moved to Santa Barbara to relax and paint after becoming successful. Thanks to the popularity of his artworks, Smith went on to design numerous pieces for Californians. The architect mixed old…

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Kenny Slaught On Benefits Brought By California JOBS Act

Kenny Slaught says that sites offering the possibility of online collaborations but also workflow automation are in high demand, generally because they can also deliver instant access to accurate and consolidated data flows. As the owner of one of the most successful property management firms in Santa Barbara, he explains that modern software and mobile…

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Kenny Slaught On Benefits Of Hospice Of Santa Barbara’s Anticipatory Grief Services

Terminally ill patients as well as their families can benefit from the services offered by Hospice of Santa Barbara. Many of these focus on children, Kenny Slaught points out that one in 20 children lose a parent before reaching adulthood, while about one in five lose a relative before turning 18. Hospice of Santa Barbara…

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Kenny Slaught On Impact Of Hoover Dam For Southern California

Landmark structure Hoover Damn was previously known as Boulder Dam at the time of its construction, between 1931 and 1936. The project costed $49 million and was renamed to Hoover Dam in honor on former President Herbert Hoover, who was a main contributor. It measures 221 meters in height, is 379 meters long, and its…

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Kenny Slaught Advises Travellers On Santa Barbara’s Must-Go Places to Explore

Kenny Slaught believes that Santa Barbara has many spots worth visiting, including outdoor attractions and safaris that provide a lot of fun and beautiful views. The Indian Caves in the backcountry feature animal tracks and roads over the hills. The tour takes you through the mountains and valleys of Santa Barbara, and you will get…

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Kenny Slaught Examines Architecture Of Santa Barbara

The Spanish Colonial Revival architecture originated in the early 20th century. The movement uses Spanish Colonial architecture in the former Spanish colonies and that later became American cities and the style can be seen mostly across the state of California. After the 1925 earthquake, Santa Barbara started to use this style as the theme for…

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Kenny Slaught On The Booming Start-up Culture In Santa Barbara

According to Kenny Slaught, Santa Barbara become a region for original and emerging businesses on top of being a popular tourist destination. Many exciting firms formed in recent years, and several of them, counting AppScale, LastLine, TrackR, and Salty Girl Seafood, came right out of the University of California in Santa Barbara. In the previous…

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