Lazydays Employee Foundation Helps Charity

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May 19, 2014 by   1 Comment

20140502_091419The Lazydays Employee Foundation raised $107,000 during its fourth annual Charity Golf Tournament. The funds will benefit the Lazydays Homeless Youth Program which assists homeless young people ages 18-24 in the Tampa, Fla., area. The Lazydays Employee Foundation is supported 100% by employee contributions and has contributed more than $1 million to children’s causes. Shown are (L-R) Joe Snyder, Freightliner Custom Chassis; Ron Fenech, Grand Design RV Co.; Tim Sheehan, CEO of Lazydays RV; Chris Trapeni, general manager of Lazydays Tucson; Ron Fleming, general sales manager for Lazydays.

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One Response to “Lazydays Employee Foundation Helps Charity”

  1. Charlie Curry on May 19th, 2014 2:26 pm

    My Hats off to Lazy Days Employee Foundation, this donation will make a big difference in the lives of a lot of young people. This Industry ( the RV Industry ) is by far the most charitable industry that I have ever been involved with. Great job Lazy Days and to the others in the RV Family as well who’s generosity helps in so many ways.