The retailer is looking to open new outlets in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Lexington, Kentucky; Erie, Pennsylvania; Des Moines, Iowa; Rapid City, South Dacota; Minot, North Dakota and San Antonio, Texas. It is also in talks with land owners and existing dealerships.
In the first quarter of fiscal 2014, Camping World is planning to open outlets in Coburg (Junction City area), Oregon, Fresno, California; Lake Park, Georgia; Saukville (Milwaukee area), Wisconsin; Rossford (Toledo area), Ohio.
Camping World Chairman and CEO Marcus Lemonis said Camping World and Good Sam cater to travelers from all over the United States seeking quality outdoor products and services.
"We are proud to continue our commitment to the U.S. market with the opening of these new SuperCenters and look forward to having customers in these regions visit their new one-stop location for everything outdoor and RV," Lemonis added.
Camping World’s all outlets will offer a wide array of RV sales, service, collision, parts and accessories for the outdoor enthusiast.
It will feature motorhomes and towables from the finest manufacturers and brands including Winnebago Industries, Fleetwood, Thor Motor Coach, Itasca, Coleman, Heartland, Keystone, Forest River, CROSSROADS, Monaco, Holiday Rambler, Jayco, Starcraft, Coachmen and many more.
Customers can also view innovative products including interactive displays from the top vendors such as Dometic, Honda, Thetford, Goodyear, Winegard, ADCO, Camco, Roadmaster, Husky, Reese, Cequent, Exide, Ultra-Fab, Coleman, Valterra, Dicor, Champion, Rand McNally, Max-Air, BAL, Furrion, Select Comfort, ASA Electronics, Cummins, Onan, WFCO, Weber, HWH, Presto-Fit, Stromberg-Carlson, Atwood, RDK Products, Magellan, King Controls, Charbroil, Amerigas, Exxon Mobil products, Norcold and many more.