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Kevan Casey is an accomplished entrepreneur, philanthropist, and business owner with a longtime passion for poker.

Kevan began playing poker for fun amongst friends. As he was cementing his reputation in the oil and gas community, he joined some friends in the industry for a good time. He quickly found he possessed a natural aptitude for poker, even at higher stakes, which catered to both his competitive nature and love for the mental aspect of the game. Kevan has since participated in the World Series of Poker on an annual basis and has placed 8th in the LA Poker Classic.

Most recently, Kevan Casey entered the self-storage industry and has since purchased his first facility in northern Houston, which is already undergoing a new round of expansion. Self-storage allows you and your family to prioritize which belongings best suit your current lifestyle, without forcing your to make a sacrifice you may later regret. Putting valuable and keepsakes in a safe, affordable place creates new opportunity for you to worry less about clutter and more about the things that matter.

Throughout his career, Kevan Casey has remained unwavering in his dedication to his local community. No business exists in a vacuum, and Kevan understands well the importance of giving back. Among the causes about which he is most passionate are education, health, and poverty alleviation.

Kevan Casey knows that as both a business and community leader, it is absolutely crucial to be active beyond the office place and as more than just an open checkbook. Combining efforts in charitable activities brings people together to share their voice and work jointly for a greater impact in driving change. Because what is good for our community is good for each of us – in that individuals in thriving, happy communities are generally happier themselves – there is a significant way in which giving comes back to benefit the giver. This feedback loop is wonderful, but, ultimately, Kevan believes that our motivation to give is rooted in more than just feeling good. Giving allows all of us to find a sense of meaning through community.

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