Lazydays acquired a parcel of land enveloped by the Sefner, Fla., dealership, putting an end to the dispute between the dealership and its former owner, who owned the parcel.
Lazydays founder Don Wallace owned the 3.76-acre parcel, which was the former location of a Camping World. Wallace, who no longer works with Lazydays, mulled selling the land to a third-party business last year, and Lazydays threatened legal action.
With the addition, the Lazydays campus along Interstate 4 east of Tampa will total 126 acres.
“This is a fantastic addition to our Florida campus and I would like to thank Don Wallace for being a great partner in helping make this happen,” Lazydays Chief Executive Tim Sheehan said. “As the founder of Lazydays, Don wanted nothing more than to see this valuable real estate in our hands.”
Lazydays will unveil its plans for this parcel in the near future. The company will transition the 14 service bays immediately.
“We look forward to adding even more great features to our campus,” Sheehan said, “and to providing more benefits for our customers to enjoy the RV lifestyle.”