Good Sam Enterprises, LLC (GSE) announced the sale of Golf Card International to Simmons Venture Group LLC, effective March 1, 2012.
Good Sam Enterprises has owned Golf Card since 1990.
“We are pleased to sell Golf Card to Simmons Venture Group as they will be able to take the club to the next level,” said Marcus Lemonis, chairman and CEO of Good Sam Enterprises.
“The sale of Golf Card will also allow Good Sam Enterprises to focus on other core competencies of our business.”
Golf Card members receive free or discounted green fees at nearly 2,700 golf courses across the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean.
Members also receive discounts on Stay & Play packages at almost 150 golf resorts, plus a monthly e-newsletter, discounts on car rental, access to the Golf Card website which contains valuable membership information, and other benefits.
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.
Good Sam Enterprises, LLC (GSE)
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 (toll free)
Golf Card International (GCI)
To do this, GCI built a network of affiliated golf courses that would provide savings to the avid golfers who constitute the membership.
After nearly 40 years, Golf Card has provided savings to hundreds of thousands of member golfers and is now accepted at nearly 3,000 golf courses in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean.
Phone: (800) 321-8269 (toll free)
I tried real hard to play golf, and I was so bad at it they would have to check me for ticks at the end of the round because I’d spent about half the day in the woods.