Freedom Roads/Camping World Sales Tops in ’09

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February 19, 2010 by   6 Comments

FreedomRoads/Camping World RV Sales, the nation’s largest recreational vehicle retailer, was again declared No. 1 seller of motorized RVs for the 2009 calendar year by Statistical Surveys Inc.

In 2009, FreedomRoads/Camping World RV Sales RV dealerships sold approximately 12% of all motorhomes sold in the United States, according to a news release.

“We are very excited to once again have our sales force achieve this position,” said Mark Calzone, regional vice president of FreedomRoads/Camping World RV Sales. “The RV industry is very resilient and I look forward to future growth this year.”

FreedomRoads/Camping World RV Sales dealerships sold nearly 1,600 new motorhomes in the 31 states measured by Statistical Surveys.

Companywide, 2,567 total new motorized RVs were sold, the release stated.

“We are proud that over 15% of our sales associates sold over $3.5 million in recreational vehicles in 2009,” commented Marcus Lemonis, chairman and CEO of FreedomRoads/Camping World. “Our top performer sold over $7 million last year which is a great forecast into our expected sales for 2010.”

In an effort to continue gaining market share and set a 2010 companywide goal of 2,100 motorized RV units sold, FreedomRoads/Camping World RV Sales is launching an exclusive program termed 353 VIP Assurance. The 353 VIP Assurance initiatives is a zero-cost value added program that includes three years of Extended Service Plan, five years of Annual 45-Point Inspections and and three years of roadside assistance with every new Class A gas or diesel motorhome purchased. More details regarding additional features and benefits about the 353 VIP Assurance program can be found at

Statistical Surveys’ awards are based solely on unit volume according to independent data gathered annually. Award rankings are in no way influenced by the opinion of Statistical Surveys or its staff.

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6 Responses to “Freedom Roads/Camping World Sales Tops in ’09”

  1. RV Guy on February 19th, 2010 1:00 pm

    Yes they are number 1, but they still needed THOR to bail them out. So how good can they truly be?

  2. John G on February 19th, 2010 3:18 pm

    You can promise the world – But will Freedom Ruins be around to honor the promises?

  3. G. Webb on February 19th, 2010 3:46 pm

    The rules for top dealer sales MUST be changed. Lets face it, how many dealerships do they have 60? In that case they will win top dealer every year by default ! Like RV Guy states.. if they are number one why do they need bail outs! We need to change the rules for this recognition. I think that it should be broken down in regions. For example North East, South East, Mid central etc. This way it would better qualify dealers that work hard to increase their sales. Also we should tie in customer satisfaction ratings as well to qualify. Sorry Freedom Roads/Camping World but this is the truth.

  4. Old Guys RV on February 19th, 2010 9:11 pm

    I wonder where all the money is going!? They can’t heat some shops and have a spending freeze on even small essential hardware and office supplies!

  5. Victor Nunez Jr. on February 20th, 2010 10:24 am

    I agree with Webb…Camping World/Freedom Roads have over 100 locations combined…and they needed Thor to bail them out! Come on, whats going on with this picture. However, Lazy Days has only one location and sells thousands. So does Giant RV with five locations.

  6. Old Guys RV on February 26th, 2010 10:08 am

    Do we really need another national corporation with the Wal-Mart mentality? Stores like Lazydays and Giant have far better customer service and local economic impact.