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“There is a lot that horses and art share in common. I have found that most horse people are art lovers, and vice versa”.
|Date of Birth||June 7, 1948|
|Source Of Wealth||Wal-Mart|
|Residence||Fort Worth, TX|
|Education||Bachelor of Arts / Science, Trinity University|
In 1998 Alice Walton established an investment bank named Llama Company acting as the Chairperson, President, and CEO of the company.
The business lady, Alice Walton acted as the vice chairperson of the Arvest Bank Group. She was the driving force behind the Northwest Arkansas Council, who played a major role in developing the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport.
Alice Walton purchased Kindred Spirits by Asher Brown Durand for $35 Million in 2005.
With her keen interest in art, she was made the chairperson of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Alice Walton also won Arts Education Award of, 2015 National Arts Awards.
Alice Walton rides simple 2006 Ford F-150 King Ranch which is worth 28,000 dollars.
Alice Walton owns Rocking W Ranch worth $16.5 Million located in United States.
Alice Walton owns a house in Fort Worth, TX spread over 3200 acres of land.
Alice Walton loves a serene life and spends her time and energy in breeding race-winning horses that she owns in numbers.
Walton’s family owned Rocking W Ranch in Mineral Wells, in which, she contributes her part for the development of the ranch.
Being a fashionably hip lady, Alice Walton owns a 2006 Ford F-150 King, the interior of which is as plush as a sedan.
Being an avid art lover, Alice Walton purchased her first piece of art when she was only ten years old.
Alice Walton had met with a brutal accident in 1998 where she had unfortunately hit a 50-year-old woman.
Alice Walton’s contributed a heavy amount to the 160-acre Camp War Eagle in Bentonville’s outskirts, where campers from different socioeconomic stratum and races participate, providing a scholarship to less affluent ones.
The Wal-Mart’s youngest successor Alice Walton is the board member of her family’s environment based organization, the Walton Family Foundation.
Alice Walton owns Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art which spread across 217,000 square feet and has several galleries, meeting and classroom spaces.