Camping World to open new store in New York
Lincolnshire-based Camping World, the nation's largest RV and outdoor retailer, announces plans to open their newest retail location in Kingston, N.Y. The location will be named Camping World of the Hudson Valley and offer a wide array of RV sales, service and accessories for the outdoor enthusiast.
Camping World of the Hudson Valley will be located at 124 Route 28/ Onteora Trail Exit 19 off the I-87 NYS Thruway Circle. This new facility will feature both a Camping World Retail Store and Camping World RV Dealership and is in the location previously occupied by Camper's Barn of Hudson Valley.
"Our newest facility in Kingston is convenient for RV travelers with the proximity to Albany and New York City," said Roger Nuttall, president of Camping World RV Sales. "Kingston is an ideal location for RVers that travel to explore architecture, museums and history of the Hudson Valley and the scenic beauty of the Catskill Mountains."
The scheduled grand opening celebration is slated for August 2012.
The company has plans to employ a staff of 50 team members to increase their sales, service and support needs for this dealership and accessory store. The newest location adds to the company's strong presence in New York with other Camping World retail locations including facilities in Bath, Churchville, Hamburg, and Syracuse, N.Y.
"This expansion represents our commitment to provide our customers with increased convenience and an accessible, knowledgeable sales and service staff," said Marcus Lemonis, Camping World chairman and CEO. "Demands for one stop shopping RV conveniences continue to grow and we look forward to providing our selection and service to the Hudson Valley region."
The company has plans to announce acquisitions of additional locations in the next several months as part of Camping World's disciplined and strategic growth strategy, in which the retailer continues to successfully grow the business and define itself as the clear leader in the RV and outdoor industry based on aggregate revenue, growth and market share.
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