The year is not yet over but Lazydays RV SuperCenter has already exceeded the $700 million in annual sales mark, according to the Tampa, Fla., area mega dealership.
Lazydays setting a new annual sales record in 2003 came as no surprise because it achieved record sales totals for each of the first three quarters of this year, according to the company.
“I am very proud of the accomplishments of our employee partners and also very grateful to our wonderful customers for helping us to achieve this record level in sales revenue,” said Don Wallace, Lazydays’ founder and CEO.
Lazydays, generally believed to be the world’s largest RV dealership, was founded in Tampa in 1976 and moved during 1996 to a larger facility in Seffner, Fla., a community east of Tampa. It occupies 150 acres, has over 1,000 motorhomes and towable RVs on display, along with 273 service bays and 300 RV campsites.