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By Jason Epperson
Camping World Holdings (NYSE: CWH) announced a slew of executive management changes Wednesday, coming out of a year which saw the company lose 3/4 of its stock value and a class action lawsuit claiming certain executives made false statements inflating the stock price.
CEO Marcus Lemonis touted the company’s Good Sam
Camping World boasts 4.5 million active customers, but the press release alluded to cuts coming to the brick-and-mortar side of the operation, even as the company’s new Gander Outdoors retail and vehicle sales hybrid stores roll out.
“Our 2019 focus will be to better serve our customers, associates
The organizational changes announced today are entirely focused on inventory management, expense control, cash flow, and profit margins.
Mr. Lemonis added, “The organizational changes we have made and are announcing today should streamline our team and bring a new and heightened focus on inventory management, expense control, product margins, cash flow
Finally, the Company announced the appointment of Thomas Wolfe to President of Good Sam and Melvin Flanigan to Chief Financial Officer. As President of Good Sam, Wolfe will focus on continuing to enhance the growth and development of the Consumer Services and Plans segment as well as improving the customer experience for its more than two million Good Sam Club members.