Brian Krueger realized at an early age his passion for serving others, leadership, sports and business which is why family, friends and colleagues use words like inspiration, solution-oriented, discipline, focus, passionate, hard worker, courage and driven to define Brian and his relentless pursuit of serving others. On leaving a lasting legacy, Brian would like to be remembered as being faith and family centric, placing the interests of others before his own and having a powerful and positive attitude that radiated through others he came in contact with every day of his life.
Brian believes happiness is a state of mind and happy people are, well, just happier. Those who tend to be more positive usually benefit from more success, more satisfying relationships, and are able to overcome and learn from the inevitable challenges life brings.
Outside of his 23 year real estate career where he has been involved in transactions totaling more than $2 billion, Brian loves investing time with his family, staying physically fit, coaching football and is currently board chair for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in Southern Nevada and is passionate about inspiring student-athletes to harness their talent to positively influence others.
The benefit of a relationship with Brian is his unwavering pursuit of excellence and helping others achieve their personal and/or professional goals. Brian brings it every day in every way!
Origin: Moses Lake, WA, a small, rural town in Eastern Washington
Brian is a powerful persuader and innovator who is constantly seeking to improve his game on and off the field of real estate, football and life. He is extremely detail oriented and those who know him well love the fact that he follows up religiously. Oh, did Brian mention he loves football? He especially enjoys working with quarterbacks and you can find him training, attending coaching clinics and camps and on the gridiron mentoring student-athletes. He dreams of expanding his "Bring it Krueger" brand, being a head coach at the high school level with a stretch goal of being associated with a NCAA D-1 team.