Camping World plans to enter new markets in Minnesota and Wisconsin

  • Marcus Lemonis, CEO of Lincolnshire-based Camping World, said he plans to open new SuperCenters in Baxter, Minnesota and Eau Claire, Wisconsin by the first quarter next year.

    Marcus Lemonis, CEO of Lincolnshire-based Camping World, said he plans to open new SuperCenters in Baxter, Minnesota and Eau Claire, Wisconsin by the first quarter next year. COURTESY OF SANDRO

 
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Updated 4/26/2018 12:57 PM

Camping World Holdings Inc., a large network of RV-centric retail locations, said it plans to open new SuperCenters in Baxter, Minnesota and Eau Claire, Wisconsin by the first quarter next year.

Camping World currently owns and operates more than 140 SuperCenters nationwide, with most locations specializing in RV sales and service, retail accessories and its entire portfolio of Good Sam products and services. As part of Camping World's growth strategy, the brand is making major investments in the quality of its dealer network. From new strategic acquisitions, new store development and facility upgrades, the company's network will continue to expand and evolve while serving their customers' outdoor, RV and camping needs.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

"We have strengths and assets in our portfolio to expand on and are making consistent progress with our growth strategy to position our company for the future," said Marcus Lemonis, Chairman of Camping World. "We're encouraged by recent market analysis and customer feedback and will continue to research new opportunities to deliver on areas best for the outdoor enthusiasts' community."

Over the past month, Camping World announced plans to open new SuperCenters in Marion, Illinois, Georgia and Ohio by the end of 2018 and locations in Rockford, Louisiana and Kansas by the first quarter 2019.

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