Tampa area mega-dealership Lazydays RV SuperCenter recently broke ground for the construction of 43 new service bays that will be dedicated to serving its CrownClub members.
The $2 million project also will include a complete renovation of the former Lazydays campground building. When completed, the new facility will serve as the CrownClub Clubhouse with a customer lounge, food service, sales consultants and service advisors specializing in all “luxury motor coaches,” according to the dealership.
Lazydays created CrownClub a year ago and its members are Lazydays customers who bought a qualifying luxury motorhome from the dealership.
“With 43 luxury motor coach service bays and a new clubhouse, CrownClub is taking a giant step toward becoming the No. 1 luxury RV club in the U.S.,” said Don Wallace, Lazydays’ co-founder and CEO. “It is also the goal of the employee/owners of Lazydays to be No. 1 in RV service. CrownClub is one more step toward accomplishing such a feat.”
Lazydays, located east of downtown Tampa in Seffner, Fla., has over $600 million in annual sales, making it the world’s largest single-location RV dealership. It occupies 150 acres in a country club setting and its inventory averages around 1,000 RV units.