Executives at Lazydays RV SuperCenter near Tampa, Fla., believe the dealership will achieve a record $650 million in sales revenue this calendar year.
That would exceed by 16% the company’s previous high revenue mark of $560 million, said Don Wallace, founder and CEO of the dealership, located in Seffner, Fla. “This performance keeps us on track for achieving our ultimate goal of $1 billion in annual sales,” he added.
Wallace did not speculate about when Lazydays would reach the $1 billion mark.
Lazydays already has passed the $600 million in sales mark for this year. It posted a record $50 million in sales in October and it set a one-day record of 91 units sold on Nov. 8.
Lazydays primarily sells motorhomes. The mix of motorhomes and towable RVs included in the 91 units sold on Nov. 8 was not revealed.
In addition to maintaining an inventory of more than 1,000 units, Lazydays has 273 service bays, 300 RV campsites and it serves more than 430,000 meals per year to customers, prospects and employees at its location east of Tampa.