Lazydays RV SuperCenter, the nation’s largest RV dealer based on sales revenue, delivered 641 units to retail buyers in October, resulting in total revenue of around $55 million, which represents a 7.2% improvement over October 2002.
This past month also was the best October in the Tampa, Fla.-area dealership’s 27-year history.
“Our record sales for the month of October follow a record-breaking calendar third quarter for our company when we achieved total revenue of $160 million and total deliveries of 1,990 RVs,” said Don Wallace, founder and CEO. “I am very pleased that these positive sales trends have continued throughout the third quarter, which in recent years has been our slowest quarter.
“I attribute this excellent performance to our philosophy of consistently exceeding our customer’s expectations and selling RVs one customer at a time,” Wallace said.
Lazydays, which primarily sells Class A motorhomes, posted record sales revenue of $696.5 million in 2002, according to the company.
Lazydays also has reported record sales for the months of May, June, July and August, which suggests it might break the $700 million mark in annual sales this year.
The dealership is located east of Tampa in Seffner, Fla., and includes 150 acres with an 83,000-square-foot main building, over 1,000 RVs on display, 273 service bays and 300 RV campsites.
Lazydays operates a fleet of 150 golf carts to move both customers and employees throughout the property and the dealership serves over 300,000 meals annually to its customers, prospects and employees.
It also includes a 40,000-square-foot Camping World store, a Cracker Barrel Restaurant and Flying J RV Travel Plaza.