Meet Kenneth "KC" Crum 

Early Life


Kenneth Crum was born February 22, 1961 in Greenville, Alabama to parents Jimmy Lee and Dorothy Crum. Mr. Jimmy Lee Crum was the Director of Dunbar Parks and Recreation, owner and operator of Crum Tractor Repair, and was elected as the first African-American County Commissioner in the history of Butler County. Mrs. Dorothy Crum was a dedicated and devoted registered Nurse and worked tirelessly for over 10 years providing outstanding care for the citizens of Greenville. Also, Kenneth has three siblings Harry Crum, Leon Crum, and Tamika Crum. Kenneth attended


James T. Gregory Elementary School, Greenville Junior High School, and Greenville High School. He received a perfect attendance award for not missing any school days from grades 1-12. Kenneth excelled academically, graduating with honors. He was named Who’s Who among high school students, served as the president of his Junior and Senior high school classes, and was selected as the captain of his high school’s football and basketball teams.



He earned academic scholarships to Troy State University and Lurleen B. Wallace colleges, but ultimately chose to attend Tuskegee Institute on a full athletic scholarship. Kenneth believes that his attendance at Tuskegee was one of the most rewarding experiences of his life. Kenneth graduated in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. In 2017, he
was inducted into Tuskegee University Athletic Hall of Fame for football


After graduation, Kenneth spent a brief period of time in Birmingham, Alabama before moving to Los Angeles, California. Upon his arrival in Los Angeles, he became employed by Kaiser Permanente in administration as the Environmental Services Supervisor. After several years at Kaiser, he decided to change careers and began working for Continental Airlines. His employment with Continental Airlines gave him the knowledge and experience to start his own travel agency. Kenneth moved to Atlanta in 1990 and shortly thereafter started his travel agency. Kenneth is the owner and operator of B & N Travel, LLC, named after his children. B & N Travel initially provided both leisure and corporate travel services. Kenneth has coordinated
travel for ITC Theological Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as provided travel services for entertainers Michael Jackson, Frankie Beverly and Maze, and Millie Jackson. He has also coordinated travel for Body Sims and Associates (William Tank Sims), a great Tuskegee Alumnus. At the present time he is providing corporate travel services only, coordinating travel
services for Minister Louis Farrakhan and The Nation of Islam. In 1995, Kenneth coordinated transportation for the historic Million Man March held in Washington, D.C. His travel agency provided numerous buses from around the country enabling thousands to attend one of the most successful events in history.


Kenneth is the proud father of Brandon Price-Crum, a graduate of Alabama State University and Florida A & M College of Law. Brandon is currently a practicing attorney as well as an instructor at Alabama State University. Kenneth is also the proud father of Nealy Mcgee-Crum, a three-year graduate of Spelman College. Nealy also received her MS in Business Management
from Wake Forest University.