Kenny Slaught On Southern California’s Ongoing Dependence On Hoover Dam

Kenny Slaught On Southern California’s Ongoing Dependence On Hoover Dam

The project now known as Hoover Dam was constructed from 1931 until 1936 during the Great Depression and costed $49 million. Later on, the structure's name was changed to Hoover Dam as a tribute to PrRead More...
Kenny Slaught Furthers Advocacy For Hopice Of Santa Barbara

Kenny Slaught Furthers Advocacy For Hopice Of Santa Barbara

Property investor Kenny Slaught, who resides in California, shows his support to those who struggle. One of the projects he supports is Parenting After Loss, started by the Hospice of Santa Barbara. SRead More...
Kenny Slaught – Discusses Seven Best Landmark Destinations in Santa Barbara

Kenny Slaught – Discusses Seven Best Landmark Destinations in Santa Barbara

Mission Santa Barbara was started in 1786 on the feast day of Saint Barbara and was the 10th church to convert natives to Catholicism. The mission includes a filter house, Spanish gristmill, sections Read More...

Since founding Investec Real Estate Companies in Santa Barbara, California, in 1983, Kenny Slaught has led the firm through the execution of more than $1 billion in property transactions, encompassing residential, commercial, and office spaces across five coastal California counties. As president of the most successful real estate management enterprise in Santa Barbara, Kenny Slaught… Continue Reading

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Kenny Slaught Furthers Advocacy For Hopice Of Santa Barbara

Property investor Kenny Slaught, who resides in California, shows his support to those who struggle. One of the projects he supports is Parenting After Loss, started by the Hospice of Santa Barbara. Slaught emphasizes the importance of offering social support to those who experienced a loss on his blog at KennySlaught.com. Read more: http://finance.dailyherald.com/dailyherald/news/read/33587936/Kenny_Slaught_ Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught On Important Buildings In Santa Barbara’s Old City

The Spanish Colonial Revival architecture was first encountered in former Spanish colonization areas in the early 20th century. This style is often found in California, and arrived to Santa Barbara after the 1925 earthquake. It was founded by architect George Washington Smith, who came in Montecito and made it popular. El Pueblo Viejo’s architectural style… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught – Santa Barbara City College Has A Great Reputation When It Comes To Offering Network Support

By training professionals working in network support, Santa Barbara City College has retained the good name it has in the field.  Kenny Slaught believes the program is beneficial and worth the time invested. Engineers work within a company while also managing their computer network, and help employees with the best technological applications in connectivity and data… Continue Reading