O’Connor Will Oversee Lazydays’ Crown Club
With more than 17 years of RV industry experience, O’Connor brings deep understanding of luxury RVs, sales management expertise and carries a great emphasis on the customer’s experience.
The Lazydays Crown Club is an elite motorcoach membership program offed to patrons who purchase a qualifying luxury coach from Lazydays. Nestled within the 126-acre Lazydays property in Tampa, the Crown Club offers a premium suite of specialty benefits featuring exquisite dining experiences, private camping grounds, separate swimming and outdoor lounge facilities, an expansive library, and the dealership’s highly trained technicians.
O’Connor is responsible for supervising all aspects of the exclusive Lazydays Crown Club program including products, showcasing, managing the sales process and overseeing the entire customer experience. He will lead a team of approximately 50 Crown Club certified experts who are specially trained to handle even the most delicate intricacies of today’s technologically advanced and innately complex RVs.
“Russ is a perfect fit to lead our Crown Club program,” said Ron Fleming, Lazydays general sales manager. “We have seen tremendous growth and interest in our high-end coaches and I am thrilled to have Russ in this role to ensure every Lazydays Crown Club member has a stellar experience.”
Prior to joining Lazydays, O’Connor spent much of his career in high-end car sales. His extensive sales experience led him to join the team at Lazydays where he would later become the No. 1 Monaco salesperson in the nation. Since then, O’Connor has held several high end RV sales management positions in at Lazydays.
“I am honored by this opportunity to take on a new leadership role at Lazydays,” said O’Connor. “The Crown Club is one of the most unique experiences offered throughout the entire RV industry and I look forward to ensuring every Crown Club member enjoys their experience at Lazydays.
A native of St. Petersburg, Fla., O’Connor attended St. Petersburg College and also served in the U.S. army. He currently lives in St. Petersburg with his wife.