Tampa, Fla.-area dealership Lazydays RV SuperCenter came in 19th on the latest Florida Trend magazine list of the Top 200 Private Companies in Florida, Lazydays announced.
This is the 13th consecutive year Lazydays has made the Top 200 Private Companies in Floridalist.
Last year, Lazydays had $756 million in sales revenue, its largest total ever and making the Seffner, Fla.-based firm the largest single-location RV dealership by a wide margin.
In comparison, in 2001, when Lazydays had $556 million in sales, it placed 24th on the Florida Trend list.
“The employee owners of Lazydays are proud to once again achieve Florida Private 200 ranking for 2004,” said Don Wallace, co-founder and CEO of the dealership. “Our successes are driven by a daily focus on our company purpose of making customers for life and our continuous search for ways to add value to the Lazydays experience,.”
Lazydays was founded in 1976 in Tampa and relocated in 1996 to a much larger RV destination complex in Seffner, east of downtown Tampa.
The dealership now is located on 140 acres with an 83,000-square-foot main building, 1,200 RV display sites, 273 service bays and 300 RV campsites. Lazydays represents 18 manufacturers’ brands and sells 165 models of new RVs. The dealership’s expansive complex requires a fleet of 170 golf carts to move both customers and employees throughout the property.
The Lazydays site also includes a 40,000-square-foot Camping World store, Cracker Barrel Restaurant and a Flying J RV Travel Plaza.