Seffner, Fla.-based Lazydays RV SuperCenter reported record sales exceeding $795 million for calendar year 2004. The retailer also said unit sales, including wholesale deliveries, were approximately 9,110 last year.
In 2003, Lazydays, the world’s largest single-location RV dealership, posted $756 million in sales revenue.
“Almost $800 million dollars in annual sales revenue is a very important milestone toward the achievement of our ultimate goal of $1 billion in annual sales revenue. 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 annual sales,” says Lazydays’ founder and CEO, Don Wallace.
During the past year, Lazydays was sold to a private equity firm for $206 million and was also active in relief efforts by the Federal Emergency Management Agency – selling and renting RVs to victims – after a series of hurricanes hit Florida.
Early in 2004, the retailer unveiled its new Crown Club, catering to Lazydays’ high-end clientelle, on the company’s 126-acre site outside of Tampa