Southern RV Wholesale is Lazydays's biggest rival. Southern RV Wholesale was founded in Huntsville, Alabama} in 2016. Like Lazydays, Southern RV Wholesale also competes in the Automobile Dealers, Service providers, Online Platforms sector. Compared to Lazydays, Southern RV Wholesale generates $705.1M less revenue.
Skyline RV is Lazydays's #2 rival. Skyline RV's headquarters is in Darien Center, New York, and was founded in 1969. Skyline RV operates in the Travel Agency industry. Skyline RV generates 0.27% of Lazydays's revenue.
Lazydays's revenue is the ranked 1st among it's top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors average 85.8M. Over the last four quarters, Lazydays's revenue has grown by 35.1%. Specifically, in Q2 2020's revenue was $214M; in Q1 2020, it was $190.9M; in Q4 2019, it was $144.9M; in Q3 2019, Lazydays's revenue was $158.4M.
These are all the companies that Lazydays has acquired. Lazydays has acquired 5 companies and its latest acquisition was Total Value RV in Jun 2020. Total Value RV is an online marketplace that allows users to buy new and pre-owned recreational vehicles, trailers and accessories.
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Lazydays currently has 100,129 fans on Facebook. As of December 2014 Lazydays had 14,126 fans. That's a 608 percent increase in 5 years
Lazydays currently has 3,890 followers on Twitter. As of July 2013 Lazydays had 1,773 followers. That's a 119 percent increase in 4 years