Lazydays, a Seffner-based company that bills itself as the world's largest RV dealer, announced that it will acquire the RV America chain and its three dealerships in Colorado.
The acquisition includes three dealerships in the Denver area, including one in Johnstown, Colo,, which has the world's largest indoor RV showroom, according to a news release. All three dealerships will retain the RV America name for now and will transition to Lazydays RV sometime next year.
The terms of the deal were not released. RV America employs 147 people.
"We are thankful for the thousands of customers in our Florida and Arizona markets who over the years have encouraged us to bring the unique Lazydays customer experience to other parts of the U.S. We will now have five locations, with more opportunities in the coming years," said Tim Sheehan, Lazydays president and CEO.
Lazydays sits on a 126-acre parcel in Seffner just outside Tampa and sells RVs on 30 acres in Tucson, Ariz. The company sells new and used RVs and has two on-site campgrounds that offer more than 700 RV campsites.