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Camping World Holdings, Inc. engages in the provision of a comprehensive portfolio of services, protection plans, products and resources for recreational vehicle enthusiasts. It offers products under the brands Camping World and Good Sam. Read More Its operates through the following segments: Consumer Services & Plans and Retail. The Consumer Services & Plans segment offers services such as emergency roadside assistance, property and casualty insurance programs, travel assist programs, extended vehicle service contracts, co-branded credit cards, vehicle financing and refinancing, club memberships, and publications and directories. The Retail segment offers products such as new vehicles, used vehicles, parts and service, including RV accessories, and supplies, as well as finance and insurance. The company was founded in 1966 and is headquartered in Lincolnshire, IL.
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Wife of ‘The Profit’ Star Marcus Lemonis Buys Up His Company’s Stock
Text size Celebrity businessman Marcus Lemonis is probably better known for being the host of the CNBC television show The Profit than for being the chairman and CEO of Camping World Holdings (ticker: CWH), a seller of recreational vehicles and camping gear. His wife Bobbi Lemonis, who married Marcus in February 2018, has made her first purchase of Camping World stock since the wedding. According to a form Marcus Lemonis filed, Bobbi Lemonis paid $1.3 million on March 15 for 99,094 Camping World shares, ...
Camping World (NYSE:CWH) Downgraded By Goldman Sachs, Fear Of RV Industry Slowdown Persists
Camping World Holdings Inc (NYSE: CWH) was hit with a sell-side downgrade and price target cut Tuesday as fears of the RV industry slowing is weighing on shares.
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Camping World -2% after Goldman Sachs cut
Goldman Sachs lowers Camping World (NYSE:CWH) to a Neutral rating after having it set at Buy. The firm warns on a lack of upward catalysts in the near term for the camping and RV specialist. "Top- line growth continues to decelerate back into the mid-single digit range from the 9.5% growth achieved in 2018," warns analyst David Tamberrino. GS takes its price target on Camping World down to $15 from $28....
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