Tampa area mega-dealership Lazydays RV Supercenter plans to transform one of its buildings into a clubhouse for members of its CrownClub, according to the St. Petersburg Times in Florida.
The dealership, located east of Tampa in Seffner, Fla., is converting the building it uses for displaying highline motorhomes into the clubhouse, the Times reports.
Membership in the CrownClub comes with the purchase of a luxury motorhome from Lazydays. The clubhouse will include sales offices on the first floor and a private bar and dining room on the second floor.
“We, in essence, are building a dealership within our dealership for our luxury motorcoach customers,” said Stewart Schaffer, chief marketing officer for Lazydays.
In January, Lazydays opened 47 service bays for luxury motorhomes that start at about $250,000, the Times reported.