Lazydays Holdings has completed the acquisition of a Wildwood RV dealership that’s expected to expand the Seffner-based company’s geographical footprint.
The acquisition of Alliance Coach was closed Aug. 1, although terms of the deal were not disclosed. The company has rebranded to Lazydays of Ocala.
This story by Crystal Owens originally appeared in the Tampa Bay Business Journal.
“Alliance is strategically located near the intersection of Interstate 75 and the Florida Turnpike and will give us excellent access to the rapidly growing Ocala and Orlando markets, including The Villages, a popular and fast-growing active adult community,” said William P. Murnane, chairman and CEO of Lazydays, in a prepared statement.
Lazydays is one of the largest public companies in the Tampa Bay area and home to the world’s largest recreational dealership on 126 acres just outside Tampa. The company reported $608 million in revenue for 2018, according to Tampa Bay Business Journal research.