“I feel indebted to the Boys Club for providing me with a positive, constructive environment while I was growing up,” Crevier said. “I believe it’s important to give a boost to programs that are in place for helping young people who face a lot of challenging situations today. I think if you have some good luck along the way, you have a responsibility to encourage and help others. I feel we are investing in future generations and hope we‘ve been able to make a difference in our community.”
Crevier is the president of Crevier BMW / Mini, one of the top three BMW dealerships in the country.
His professional accolades are abundant. He has been awarded Quality Dealer Award for Exceptional Performance and Distinguished Community Service by Time Magazine.
Crevier BMW has been recognized by BMW of North America for extraordinary customer satisfaction.
In addition to owning the BMW franchise, he owns Crevier Sales and Leasing Company, as well as Crevier Mini and the Crevier Classic Car Company. Crevier has a son, two daughters and three grandchildren.
His favorite activities include running, golf, skiing, collecting vintage cars and, of course, driving BMWs.
Crevier has been actively involved with the Laguna Beach club, which he attended as a kid, for more than 20 years.
The club’s 25,000 square foot clubhouse on Laguna Canyon Road was built as a result of his dedication in co-chairing, along with fellow board member Keith Swayne, the successful $3.3 million capital campaign to revitalize the facility.
Currently, Crevier is focusing his efforts to help the club foster relationships that will increase the club’s ability to continue to meet the growing need of families through these tough financial times and to build an endowment to strengthen the club’s sustainability into the future.