The summer months are the slow season for Florida’s RV dealerships, but Tampa-area megadealership Lazydays RV SuperCenter reports it had a record $113.5 million in sales revenue during July and August, a 32% improvement over the same portion of 2002.
Lazydays delivered 1,409 motorhomes and towable RVs to customers during the two months, according to Don Wallace, CEO and founder of the 27-year-old dealership.
“Our record sales for the months of July and August come on the heels of breaking company records for May and June,” Wallace said. “I attribute this excellent performance to consistently exceeding our customer’s expectations with our unique RV destination experience.”
In addition to a 1,000-unit inventory, 273 service bays and 300 RV campsites, Lazydays also has a 40,000-square-foot Camping World store, Cracker Barrel restaurant, Flying J RV Travel Plaza and 83,000-square-foot sales/visitors center, where 300,000 meals are served annually.