Brianna LeCompte

National Sales Manager

I still remember attending my first trivia night back in 2013. A group of my coworkers were discussing some options for happy hour venues and when we saw that a spot down the street was hosting a trivia night, we decided to go for it. I was instantly hooked, the combination of good beer, great company, and some healthy competition was electrifying. In fact, if I were to create my own hierarchy of needs, that would probably make up the base.

From that night on, trivia became a weekly ritual. I loved getting to check out new local bars and restaurants, and being able to win prizes to cover the bill was an added bonus. Trivia remained a hobby to me for several years, and when the opportunity arose to join the Last Call team, I was ecstatic. Working with a talented and creative team to spread my love of trivia across the country-what could be better!

What I love about Last Call is two-fold. First, as a trivia player myself, I know first-hand how exciting and fun this game is to play. I still reminisce on the glorious moment that I guessed the theme correctly on the first question of the round. Although my teammates might be more likely to bring up the time that I mistakenly wrote “bow neck” instead of “boat neck” and lost us our wager for the question. Playing trivia has left me with countless stories and memories with my friends that I will treasure forever. And the second thing I love about Last Call is having the opportunity to work with such a talented and passionate team. The ability to work collaboratively to deliver entertainment to people all across the country is such a rewarding experience.
Outside of work, I tend to have no issue keeping myself busy. I love to travel as often as I can-one of the items on my bucket list is to visit every continent. I’m always taking suggestions (and donations) for where to visit next! I’m also an avid equestrian, I’ve been riding horses for almost as long as I could walk. I was the Vice President of the Equestrian Team in college, but these days I’m retired from the show circuit and I stick to riding for fun. As far as indoor activities, I love movies (all types, but especially Disney movies or anything with Leonardo DiCaprio), trying and often failing at Pinterest DIY projects, cooking, oh and did I mention playing trivia?