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Camping World RV Named Top Seller of Towable and Motorized Units

Originally Published in Trailer Life Magazine

Camping World RV, the nation’s largest recreational vehicle retailer, was for the sixth consecutive year announced as No. 1 seller of towable RVs by Statistical Surveys in its recent 2010 Annual Sales Awards. This award comes on the heels of the retailer’s ranking of No. 1 in motorized sales for the 2010 calendar year.

“Our 2010 award indicates we are headed in the right direction with a solid foundation and business plan in place,” said Roger Nuttall, president of Camping World RV Sales. “We are looking forward to a double-digit increase in 2011.”

Camping World RV dealerships increased market share over the No.1 ranking in 2009. Companywide, close to 30,000 total new and used towable RVs were sold, including non-reporting states to Statistical Surveys. Camping World RV increased towable sales an astonishing 23% over 2009 and gained an 11% increase in motorized units.

“We are very pleased with our strong 2010 results, which capped off a terrific year for our team,” said Marcus Lemonis, chairman and CEO of Camping World and Good Sam – the parent company of Trailer Life. “In 2011 we are seeing progressively improved market conditions and we are confident in experiencing robust sales growth across our RV product offering.”

In addition to Camping World RV Sales receiving the No. 1 Motorized and No. 1 Towable award for the sixth consecutive year, Camping World RV dealerships received 16 individual No. 1 seller awards for sales excellence in their respective markets.

Statistical Surveys’ awards are based solely on unit volume according to independent data gathered annually. Award rankings are in no way influenced by the opinion of Statistical Surveys or its staff.

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