Lazydays Acquires Arizona Dealership

A picture of the exterior storefront of the Lazydays of Phoenix at Arrowhead location.

Lazydays acquired Orangewood RV Center in Surprise, Arizona.

The store is Lazydays’ 24th in the U.S. The location has been renamed Lazydays RV of Phoenix at Arrowhead.

Lazydays said it expects the new store to generate $40 million in yearly revenue. The store will continue to offer new RVs from Grand Design, Keystone, KZ and Starcraft.

“By acquiring Orangewood RV and its dedicated team of employees,” Lazydays said, “Lazydays aims to bring even more convenience, choice, and top-tier RV options to its valued customers in Arizona. Lazydays would also like to thank the seller, Mark Treacy, for his efforts in making this acquisition incredibly smooth.”

This year, Lazydays has completed five acquisitions and opened three new stores. Altogether, the new stores are expected to generate sales of over $300 million annually.

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