Tampa Bay, Fla.-based Lazydays RV Center Inc. today (April 29) announced that it has completed the sales transaction on the dealership formerly owned and occupied by Beaudry RV in Tucson, Ariz.
Having closed on the property, Lazydays said it “will now begin obtaining the necessary business permits and do a thorough review and inspection of the property in the process of creating the Lazydays customer experience in Tucson.”
“This is an exciting day for Lazydays,” John Horton, President and CEO, said in a press release. “We’ve worked very hard to build a reputation and a culture geared toward an unparalleled customer experience, and we’re very enthusiastic about bringing that experience to RVers in a new market.”
Different than most other RV dealers, Lazydays considers the entire RV ownership process to be part of the customer relationship and focuses on product knowledge and expert service to endear RVers, many of whom return repeatedly over the years to purchase multiple times. Within a few months, Lazydays will create a similar customer experience at its new Tucson location.
Lazydays is also an active participant in local charities and organizations dedicated to civic improvement and charitable fund-raising and was voted No. 2 among the top 20 places to work in Tampa Bay.
Current plans are to open the campground and service facilities mid-summer and to be ready to sell RVs a short while later.
Lazydays was founded in 1976 with two travel trailers and $500. Today, the company’s continued focus on RV expertise and unparalleled customer service has not only made it the largest single-site RV dealership in North America but also a place that many RVers refer to as their home away from home.