In "RV Nation" go behind the scenes to explore the design and construction process for the biggest, most elaborate recreational vehicles on the market. See how motor home distributors transform trailers into glamorous celebrity coaches.
Runtime: 30 minutes
RV Nation - Lazydays (RV dealer) - Netflix
Lazydays is an American company specializing in the sales and service of recreational vehicles, RV rentals, parts and accessories. The company was founded in 1976 and operates 5 locations in 3 states, including Tucson, Arizona; Denver, Loveland and Longmont, Colorado ; and its headquarters in Seffner, Florida. Lazydays positions itself as the world’s largest RV dealership, with 2,500 new and pre-owned RVs from 78 manufacturers across their 5 locations, 300 service bays, 700 campsites at 2 on-site campgrounds and an RV resort at their Florida location. At each location, Lazydays also has a store dedicated to specialty and OEM parts called Accessories & More. They also feature a fleet of rental vehicles at their Florida and Colorado Locations.
Lazydays RV is the exclusive RV sponsor of the Florida Gators, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Denver Broncos. Lazydays Holdings, Inc. is a publicly listed company on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the ticker “LAZY.”
RV Nation - Philanthropy - Netflix
The Lazydays Employee Foundation was formed in 2005. It is a non-profit organization established using voluntary payroll deductions from Lazydays employees, and the proceeds are used to help underprivileged children. It also features a group called “The Dream Team” who volunteer to perform community services, such as building playgrounds. The Lazydays Employee Foundation teamed up with Hillsborough Kids to help homeless teenagers by creating the Lazydays Center for Youth Development. Homeless teenagers can use the facility to get clothing, toiletries, and a possible home. The Foundation pledged to pay $70,000 a year for five years to provide salaries for staff members. The foundation has hosted an annual golfing tournament to raise funds towards homeless youths aged 18 to 24 in Hillsborough County for six years as of April 30, 2016. The foundation raised $101,000 towards helping at-risk children during its third Annual Golf Tournament, while the 2014 tournament managed to raise a total of $107,000. In 2016, the 6th Annual Golf raised the largest amount to date, thanks to over 90 sponsors. The foundation also supported the trek of 10-year-old Zach Bonner, who chose to walk 668 miles from Atlanta to Washington from May 7, 2009 to July 11, 2009 and was featured in the movie The Little Red Wagon. The Lazydays Employee Foundation has been recognized at the Be More Awards in 2012, receiving “The Judges Choice Award” and “Brilliant Innovation Award.”
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