This extraordinary RV dealership and its employees ‘do it right’ for their communities day after day, and we celebrate their incredible example of giving.
TAMPA, Fla. (PRWEB)
January 10, 2018
Hundreds of Lazydays RV employees paused early Wednesday morning (Jan. 10) during an all-employee meeting at the dealership’s suburban Tampa headquarters to recognize the high-profile Florida RV retailer’s ambitious, youth-oriented, charitable programs for which the five-store dealer recently received the Arthur J. Decio Humanitarian Award sponsored by Ally Financial Inc.
The award, facilitated by RVBusiness magazine as part of the trade journal’s annual RVBusiness Top 50 RV Dealer Awards program, was formally presented in early November at a reception during the Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association International Convention/Expo in Las Vegas.
“We are honored to have received the esteemed Ally Financial Decio Humanitarian Award,” said Lazydays Chairman and CEO Bill Murnane. “Our Lazydays Employee Foundation has donated more than $1.7 million since 2005 to charities serving at-risk children and is proud to support the Florida, Colorado and Arizona communities.”
“Ally is proud to recognize Lazydays for its dedication to making its communities stronger and safer,” added Bill Thompson, Ally’s executive director of RV sales for the eastern U.S., who was on hand for the early morning meeting and for the presentation with RVBusiness of a $5,000 check toward additional Lazydays charitable outlays. “This extraordinary RV dealership and its employees ‘do it right’ for their communities day after day, and we celebrate their incredible example of giving.”
RVBusiness Publisher Sherm Goldenberg told the crowd that neither his staff nor the industry veterans who make the RVB Top 50 selections were surprised by the fact that Lazydays was again named to the annual roster of RVBusiness Top 50 dealers, given the legendary dealership’s reputation as a “stand-up outfit with a reputation for doing the right thing” with regard to consumer care. And there was a general consensus among the judges that…