Wednesday, March 11, 2009

One of Ten New Diesel Motor Homes in U.S. Sold by Lazydays,

SEFFNER, Fla., Mar 11, 2009 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Lazydays RV SuperCenter, the nation's #1 single site recreational vehicle dealer, achieved 10.4% national market share in the class A diesel motor home category, according to Statistical Surveys, an independent third party that tracks RV registrations. Statistical Surveys recently announced retail sales performance for new RV registrations for calendar year 2008. During this time period, Lazydays gained national market share in each category that it represents; class A diesel motor home, class A gas motor home, class C motor home, travel trailer and fifth wheel.

John Horton, Lazydays CEO, said, "I am very proud of our sales professionals and our entire company. Having one out of every ten new diesel motorhomes in the United States sold by Lazydays is a result of the relationships we build with our customers and the industry leading products we offer them." He continued, "We will continue growing our market share by maintaining our focus on making customers for life."

Today, Lazydays has RV customers from all 50 states, and the dealership continues to draw customers from all corners of the globe.

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Lazydays RV SuperCenter, founded in 1976, is the largest single-site RV dealership in the world. Located on 126 acres outside Tampa, Florida, Lazydays has an 86,600 sq. ft. main building, 273 service bays, 300 RV campsites and more than 1,200 RVs on display. The property also has a 40,000 square foot Camping World store, a Cracker Barrel restaurant and a Flying J RV Travel Plaza. This national RV destination will host more than one million visitors and serve more than 300,000 meals this year alone. For more information on Lazydays visit
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