Blair Schlossberg is a lawyer and businessman who co-founded the Crown Holdings Group in Atlanta, Georgia, in 2009. The Crown Holdings Group is a real estate investment firm that was named the fastest growing company in Atlanta, and in 2013 named one of the city's best places to work.
He is also devoted family man. Blair Schlossberg is married and has two daughters with whom he spends as much time as he can. "I enjoy hanging out with my family," he says. "I'm the active father of Jaclyn, 12, and Leah, 10. I enjoy playing sports."
Indeed he does. Blair Schlossberg was the highest scorer on an Adult Division amateur football team that played to a 33-33 tie in its championship bowl game. He has run marathons and half-marathons, and participated in the Escape from the Rock Triathlon in San Francisco, in which participants start on Alcatraz Island, the former federal prison, and swim a mile and a half to the shoreline at Marina Green. From there, they ride a bike for eighteen hilly miles through San Francisco's Presidio, and complete the course by running an eight mile trail through Baker Beach to the infamous Sand Ladder. As a high school athlete, Blair Schlossberg played football and track.
Blair Schlossberg also enjoys boating, jet skiing, scuba diving, and paddle boarding. He also coaches his two daughters in their soccer and flag football games.
Blair Schlossberg attended the University of Texas and Emory University. He received a law degree and a Master of Business Administration degree from the latter institution. He and his family make their home in Sarasota, Florida.