Camping World Holdings, Inc. Announces Executive Management Realignment

Jan 3, 2019 | Member News

Camping World Holdings announced Roger Nuttall resigned as president of the company’s dealership group on December 21 and new assignments for its executive leadership team on January 2.


Nuttall’s responsibilities will be divided between four tenured divisional RV presidents with extensive experience. They are: TJ Smith, Scott Jensen, Todd Nuttall and Josh Erickson.


Matt Wagner will serve as senior vice president of RV inventory management, digital marketing, media services and RV dealership e-commerce. Brock Whinnery now serves as vice president of fixed operations for the RV dealership group; and Randy Rahe serves as vice president of RV dealership operations and assist the divisional RV presidents with process and standardization, finance and insurance and customer and associate experience.


Thomas Wolfe was appointed to president of Good Sam, where he will focus on the continued enhancement the growth and development of the consumers services and plans segment as well as improving the overall value and customer experience for its more than two million Good Sam Club members. Melvin Flanigan will serve as chief financial officer. He will be supported in his role by Dale Hendrix, Karin Bell, and David McKillip, who lead the financial roles for the corporate functions and consumer services and Plans segment, RV dealership segment, and Retail segment, respectively.


Chairman and CEO Marcus Lemonis said the company’s 2019 focus is “to better serve our customers, associates and shareholders while continuing to expand our RV market share with opportunistic RV acquisitions and completing the rollout of RV dealerships into newly opened retail locations.”


“We will also have an intense focus on dramatically reducing our retail inventory levels and aggressively reducing capital expenditures to maximize and drive free cash flow. As previously indicated, we will not hesitate to close underperforming locations and we have already closed four unprofitable RV dealership locations in addition to eight retail locations that we felt would not be accretive long term.”


Source: []Camping World