Camping World buys Nashville camping center

  • Recreational vehicles at Camping World based in Lincolnshire. CEO Marcus Lemonis turned Camping World into a multibillion-dollar RV company nationwide.

      Recreational vehicles at Camping World based in Lincolnshire. CEO Marcus Lemonis turned Camping World into a multibillion-dollar RV company nationwide. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer, file photo

 
Business Wire
Updated 4/13/2018 9:35 AM

Camping World Holdings Inc., a large network of RV-centric retail locations, said it plans to acquire Cullum & Maxey Camping Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

"For over 60 years, Cullum & Maxey Camping Center has earned its customer's business by providing quality products and service backed with a highly experienced team and reliable RV care," said Marcus Lemonis, chairman of Camping World headquartered in Lincolnshire. "Attention to details and has made Cullum & Maxey a leader in the RV industry and we look forward to the entire team joining our network of RV Supercenters."

 

The acquisition of Cullum & Maxey Camping Center is in line with Camping World's future growth plans and the company expects to soon announce several additional markets of expansion throughout the country in 2018.

Camping World currently operates three Tennessee locations in Chattanooga, Knoxville and Nashville, with all locations specializing in service, RV sales and retail accessories. With the acquisition of Cullum & Maxey Camping Center, the company will further expand the market footprint by increasing Camping World's presence in the state of Tennessee to four RV Supercenters.

Since the Company's founding in 1966, Camping World has grown to have more than 40 retail locations in 36 states and a comprehensive e-commerce platform. Coupled with an unsurpassed portfolio of industry-leading brands including Erehwon Mountain Outfitters, Gander Outdoors, Good Sam, Overton's, The House, Uncle Dan's and Windward/W82, Camping World Holdings has become synonymous with outdoor experiences.

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