The retail market for RVs remained strong in October, at least according to Seffner, Fla.-based Lazydays RV SuperCenter, which likely is the world’s largest RV dealership.
Lazydays, located east of Tampa, had record October volume totaling 530 units retailed for a combined total of more than $50 million in sales revenue, according to the company.
The October volume levels represent a 12% improvement over October 2001 and marks the best October in the dealership’s 25-year history.
“These trends also keep us on track to reach our goal of achieving $1 billion in annual sales,” said Don Wallace, founder and CEO.
In recent years, Lazydays, primarily a seller of Class A motorhomes, has reported annual sales in the $600 million range.