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Tampa RV retailer announces two new board members

Resignation of Erika Serow comes with appointment of two new Lazydays directors.

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Tampa-based Lazydays, one of the largest U.S. RV retailers, topped $1 billion in annual revenue in 2021.
Tampa-based Lazydays, one of the largest U.S. RV retailers, topped $1 billion in annual revenue in 2021.
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Tampa-based publicly traded RV sales company Lazydays says Erika Serow will resign from the board for personal reasons, effective Sept. 30.

Chris Shackelton, Lazydays board chairman, says Serow was an original board member when Lazydays went public, and had an impact on the company's growth.

Lazydays officials say Suzanne Tager and Susan Scarola will join the board Sept. 30.

Tager has leadership experience at investment firm Bain and Co., where she is chief of staff to the worldwide managing partner, leading Bain's global strategy and operations. She formerly served as senior director of Bain's Retail and Consumer Products practices.

Tager earned an MBA in strategic and operations management from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor's degree in from Duke University.

Scarola served as vice chairman at DCH Auto Group for more than four years, and currently works as an consultant.  Prior to being acquired, DCH was one of the 10 largest automotive groups in the United States, Lazydays officials say. Scarola has served on multiple automotive industry boards. She has an MBA from New York University.

Lazydays was founded in 1976. In 2021, the company, with more than 20 locations, surpassed $1 billion in annual revenue.

Lazydays has recently been acquiring other dealerships across the nation, including Buddy Gregg RVs of Knoxville, Tenn., which the company says will bring in $40 million a year.


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