About Glenn Crenshaw
Glenn Crenshaw was born and raised in Virginia, and has lived in Atlanta, Georgia and Memphis, Tennessee. After vacationing in Arkansas for several years while living in Memphis, he moved to Eureka Springs in 2002.
Glenn has spent the majority of his working life in the field of marketing and advertising, so a career in real estate was a natural step. He has extensive marketing experience in the grocery business, retail sales, print production and consulting for non-profits.
Locally, Glenn has served on the board of the Kings River Watershed Partnership, Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce and People Helping People; he was a founding member of Save the Ozarks, a grass roots non-profit formed to challenge AEP’s proposed high voltage transmission lines in the immediate area; and currently serves on the board of the non-profit Eureka Springs Community Center Foundation. The ESCC Foundation was formed as a group effort to reclaim a derelict public school property and convert it into a self-sustaining community-owned center and business park. Most recently, Glenn has begun serving on the Eureka Springs Art Museum board as well as the Central Ozarks Board of Realtors.
He is a lifetime multi-million dollar producer.