Category Archives: Charity

Information On How To Support The Campaign – Kenny Slaught

The building updates will last for 6 years, and the museum will stay open in the meanwhile. Kenny Slaught says the campaign’s main objectives are increasing community and gallery space, improving the museum experience for visitors, and focusing on what the building needs most. He also showed ways to support the project, such as donating cash on the Imagine More website at The museum accepts stocks and real estate as well, and all of these efforts will keep the campaign going until renovations are completed.

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Kenny Slaught On The Importance Of Obtaining Skills In The Service And Hospitality Industry

Those who choose to work in the service and hospitality industry get the chance to become a successful  chef, manager, or hotel administrator, improve their skills and advance in their career. The SBCC offers a Culinary Arts and Hotel Management program that focuses on every aspect of the service industry. The learned skills can help people… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Believes In Rich History Of Santa Barbara Area

Nearly 100 years ago, architect George Washington Smith started the Spanish Colonial Revival style. Smith dropped out of Harvard to work as a bond trader, and later came back to Santa Barbara to pursue his painting hobbies. However, the architect decided to continue creating artworks for Californians upon realizing how famous his paintings were. Smith… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught Discusses Popularity Of Fundraising Campaigns In Property Sector

More people are using platforms that provide online partnerships and workflow computerization, thanks to their data accuracy. Kenny Slaught believes that such websites offer a wider market access access to real estate investors. As new mobile apps and intuitive software appeared, investors and builders were given an easier way to reach a broad market. Crowdfunding… Continue Reading

Kenny Slaught – Santa Barbara Is Conducive To The Growth Of Startups

Apart from being known as a famous tourist destination, Santa Barbara has now become a center for novel and developing businesses, said Kenny Slaught. Lots of encouraging, new companies have been formed in recent years, and many, counting AppScale, LastLine, TrackR, and Salty Girl Seafood, have come straight out of the University of California Santa… Continue Reading