Lazydays RV SuperCenter recently posted a record day for RV sales revenue with the delivery of 176 vehicles on Feb. 27. The Seffner, Fla.-based dealership reported that the one-day shipment represented over $17 million of sales revenues.
“I very much appreciate our wonderful customers and employee/owners who make achieving these records possible,” said Don Wallace, President and CEO of Lazydays, North America’s largest RV dealer.
The record day comes on the heels of the company’s all-time high for revenues in a single month. In January, Lazydays reported the delivery of 1,075 units and total revenues exceeding $97 million during Lazyday’s month-long 2004 SuperSale and RV Show.
Lazydays, founded in 1976, is continuing to add on to its 150-acre site in Seffner which boasts an 83,000 square-foot main building and 230 service bays. In early March, Lazydays rolled out its Crown Club, a service center that caters to the dealership’s high-end clientele, offering a clubhouse, library and lounge with Internet access and a landscaped pool.
The Seffner site also features a 40,000 square-foot Camping World store, a Cracker Barrel Restaurant and a Flying J RV Travel Plaza.