Camping World Plans Purchase of Three Dallas-Area Stores

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Camping World Holdings plans for expansion in the state of Texas, with the proposed acquisition of the northern Texas RV-Max dealerships, with three locations in the greater Dallas market.

Camping World currently operates SuperCenters in El Paso, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Lubbock and Tyler areas. With the acquisition of RV-Max, the dealership is expanding in the Dallas-Ft. Worth market with three new SuperCenters.

“It has been a personal concern that our company’s presence in the state of Texas has not adequately served our customer base,” said Marcus Lemonis, Chairman and CEO of Camping World and Good Sam. “Moving forward, one of my top priorities is the expansion of our footprint and market share in the great state of Texas, as we aggressively pursue additional acquisitions and locations for new SuperCenters.”

“The planned acquisition of RV-Max will add three new Supercenters to the Dallas-Ft. Worth market, and as part of our massive expansion plans we expect to announce future SuperCenter locations offering the full array of Camping World and Good Sam products and services,” Camping World and Good Sam Chief Operating Officer Brent Moody said. “We will embrace Marcus’ people, process and product philosophy as part of our aggressive expansion, as we add quality manufactures and brands, increase our presence in the market and grow the workforce.”



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