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Camping World Holdings acquires Cooper’s RV Center

Camping World Holdings acquires Cooper’s RV Center

LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill.– Camping World Holdings continues its rapid expansion of RV dealerships with announcing today the planned acquisition of Cooper’s RV Center, in the greater Pittsburgh market.

“We are pleased to announce the planned acquisition of Cooper’s RV Center and welcome the dealership into the Camping World Family,” said Marcus Lemonis, chairman of Camping World Holdings.

He added, “For over 65 years, the Conard family and their teams have served western Pennsylvania with a broad assortment of RVs and top-notch customer service. We look forward to upholding this tradition and providing their customers and the greater community with the added benefits that our national network of RV SuperCenters can provide.”

Camping World currently operates RV dealerships in the Hanover and Harrisburg areas of Pennsylvania. With the acquisition of Cooper’s RV Center in the Pittsburgh area, Camping World plans to significantly expand its market footprint and presence in western Pennsylvania.

Source: Camping World Holdings press release

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About Ronnie Wendt

Ronnie Wendt is the editor in chief of RV Daily Report. She's been a writer/editor for more than 25 years, working in law enforcement, aviation, supply chain and now the RV industry. She's not a stranger to RVs, however. She grew up camping, and still camps as many weekends as she can every year.


  1. It appears that this Free Enterprise Monopoly (Camping World)is going to continue until the Federal Trade Commission get involved.
    If not, we ALL are going to be forced to buy from Camping World.

  2. And it just continues. Camping World and it’s corporate company want to control the RV industry totally. They have the worst service at their stores and are very pricey. We won’t shop there, period. But what are you going to do when they are the only game in town? I wish someone would stop them.

  3. more acquisitions coming, at least three more over next 90 days, one will make them the “general” of the rv industry

  4. I suspect RV prices to increase in the Pittsburgh area in the very near future. First Campers Inn with its acquisition of Clem’s in 2015/16, now Camping World acquires Coopers. At least a few small locally owned dealers still exist, at least temporarily.