Camping World Inc., which is leading retailer of the RV parts & accessories, recently announced that they will be terminating their cooperation agreement along with Seffner, which is Fla.based dealer of RV – Lazydays RV SuperCenter, immediately effective.
One press release that turned up on the Internet says that, Bowling Green, the Ky.based Camping World has notified officially Lazydays of the termination of their agreement of cooperation which got signed by the local Tampa philanthropist & entrepreneur Don Wallace in the year 1995. During this tenure of agreement Don Wallace had owned Lazydays, but this partnership not just benefited both the companies in terms of finance but it also directly led to creation of a significant placement of job for greater community at Tampa.
Don Wallace had sold dealership of Lazydays in the year 2004, and Camping World says that this dealership has now operated under 2 separate owners of business. Camping World says all the changes to company which got established in the year 1976 had some detrimental effect over years.
John Horton, who is CEO at Lazydays wasn’t available for any comment when we tried to get in touch with him.
Camping World, is 1,500-employees firm operating about 90 locations all over the world and it maintains that the accessories and parts store, in Seffner, has been fixture in Tampa market and historically, it is has been top selling location of retail for this company.
Camping World says principal point of agreement of cooperation was that the Lazydays would only buy the accessories & parts from their location at Seffner. For a lot of occasions, this retailer from Kentucky says that Camping World notified Lazydays about breach of the contract.
Lazydays and Wallace are got locked in suit & a counter suit regarding fate of land below dealership of Lazydays. Through one company known as I-4 Land Holding Limited, Wallace owns this land under dealership that he had founded in the year 1976, 1 of this nation’s dealerships of high profile.