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updated: 8/28/2014 9:27 AM

Camping World/Good Sam plans expansions in 2015

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Lincolnshire-based Camping World, the nation's largest RV and outdoor retailer, and Good Sam, the world's largest RV owners organization, announced additional markets for their 2015 SuperCenter expansion and future development.

The newest developments raise the total number of Camping World SuperCenters to just under 120 nationwide. Additionally, the company is under contract with land owners and existing dealerships actively pursuing new markets and acquisitions that will be announced over the next six months.

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Plans are underway to expand the company within the following markets during 2015: Jackson, Miss.; Idaho Falls, Idaho, Greensboro, N.C.,; Wentzville, Mo. (St. Louis area); Lexington, Ky.; Charlotte, N.C.; Texas City, Texas; Savannah, Ga.; Newman, Ga.; Conroe, Texas; Erie, Pa.; and Pittsburgh, Pa.

"Camping World and Good Sam are committed to offering quality outdoor products and services to the customers and travelers of these markets," said Marcus Lemonis, CEO and Chairman of Camping World and Good Sam and star of CNBC's The Profit. "As part of our growth strategy, the brand is making major investments in the quality of its dealer network. From facility upgrades to new store openings, the company's network will continue to expand and evolve while serving as our customers' one-stop location for everything outdoor and RV."

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