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Lazydays Fetes Employees’ Kids in Style

May 5, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

The sons and daughters of Lazydays' employees pause during their recent day at work.

The sons and daughters of Lazydays' employees pause during their recent day at work.

Lazydays celebrated the 2010 “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” in style. Family style, that is. More than 80 daughters and sons of Lazydays employees recently took part in an all-day event filled with fun and learning at the company’s 126-acre campus in Seffner, Fla., according to a news release.

“For the fourth year in a row, Lazydays has encouraged employees to bring their daughters and sons to work so the children can see the dedication and passion we have for our jobs,” said Debbie Dube, director of human resources at Lazydays. “This year, more than 80 children had a fabulous day full of fun, learning, food and entertainment. They went home with smiles on their faces and goody bags in their hands.”

The day began with breakfast for the children and their parents at the Lazydays Café. The children were photographed for real Lazydays ID badges and posed for photos with their parents.

The children learned how Lazydays operates on a daily basis by viewing demonstrations by Lazydays technicians on how to troubleshoot electronic devices, how electricity flows through a circuit and how a propane system works. In addition, employees from various departments within Lazydays shared information about what their jobs entail.

They also participated in a Customer Service Training session and watched videos explaining how passionate Lazydays is about providing excellent customer service while maintaining an atmosphere of energy and fun.

The children had a great time testing their creative cooking skills by making their own pizzas for lunch and ice cream sundaes for dessert. Later, it was time for a golf cart tour around the Lazydays property and “RV-101,” where they learned about the different classes of RVs.

At the end of the day, the children received goody bags and left Lazydays knowing a lot more about what their parents do every day at work.

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