Lazydays RV Supercenter, Seffner, Fla., plans a “Grand Re-opening Ceremony” in March to mark the completion of more than $3 million in renovations to its main building.
The project includes a new service pavilion featuring a 6,000-square-foot waiting area with a concierge desk and a new Lazydays Cafe that will serve more than 800 meals a day to customers and guests.
Lazydays, founded in 1976 and located in a Tampa suburb, is the nation’s largest single-location RV dealership revenue-wise, reporting 2004 sales of over $795 million while selling approximately 9,100 RVs.
The renovations also include a new learning center with capacity to seat 170 people for seminars and training sessions, new offices for 45 customer service personnel and five full-time manufacturers reps, plus a new 22-seat executive board room and 160 renovated sales offices.
Lazydays’ Grand Re-opening is planned for March 8-9, with a cocktail party the first night for customers and industry VIPs, including David Humphreys, president of the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association (RVIA) and Mike Molino, president of the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association (RVDA).
A ceremony to mark the event will be at 11 a.m. on March 9 in front of the new Lazydays Service Pavilion with comments from Humphreys and Molino and Lazydays founder and CEO Don Wallace. The festivities will continue throughout the day.
Lazydays also is marking the completion of the project with a 4-day/3-night rally at its 300-site, on-premise RallyPark that opened in 2000.
The remodeling follows the opening last March of Lazydays’ 52,000-square-foot CrownClub, an exclusive club for owners of high-line motorhomes. A 40,000-square-foot Camping World store and Cracker Barrel restaurant also are part of the Lazydays complex on Interstate 4.