Good Sam Enterprises, LLC (GSE) is relocating its executive headquarters from Ventura, California to Lincolnshire, Illinois.
Good Sam Enterprises and its wholly owned subsidiaries, which include the Good Sam Club and Camping World, serve the safety, security, comfort, and convenience needs of the North American outdoor and recreational vehicle market via various companies, brands, products, and services.
“Our Chicago facility provides a centralized location for all our vendors, lenders, and our nationwide Camping World SuperCenter network,” said Lemonis in a press release. “Plus, it is closer to the heart of the RV industry in Elkhart, Indiana.”
“We will still maintain regional offices in Denver, Colorado; Ventura, California; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Bowling Green, Kentucky,” he added.
Good Sam Enterprises, LLC
Good Sam Enterprises, LLC (GSE) and its wholly owned subsidiaries, serve the safety, security, comfort, and convenience needs of the North American outdoor and recreational vehicle market.
The goal is simple: GSE makes RV ownership and the RV lifestyle more enjoyable. With various companies, brands, products, and services, GSE targets almost every aspect of this diverse and dynamic niche market.
Phone: (800) 234-3450
Founded in 1966, Camping World is the world’s largest retailer of recreational vehicles and provides outdoor enthusiasts over 10,000 RV parts and accessories, maintenance, professional installation, collision repair, and much more to enhance the RV and outdoor lifestyle.
Today the company engages in the retail sale, finance, service and rental of recreational vehicles, with over $300 million of new and used recreational vehicle inventory representing more than 13 RV manufacturers and 150 brand names.
Phone: (888) 626-7576
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The RV lifestyle is like nothing else.
It’s leaving home, exploring America, and yet bringing your home along with you!
Stopping at a wayside picnic area, preparing lunch in your kitchen.
It’s sleeping in your own bed every night, yet waking up to a new vista each morning!
The sounds of a crackling campfire; of a mountain stream, of frogs, and crickets.
It’s families drawn closer; it’s retirees being rewarded for many years of labor.
—Loren Eyrich, Two-Lane Roads