Business Development Director (Former Employee) – Bartow, FL – June 5, 2016
Typical day was to check online system ensure no issues or problems from prior day. Check emails and respond accordingly. Take stock of new units and have pictures taken and uploaded to website. Distribute website requests to appropriate departments. Co-workers were generally very good to work with the occasional person no one wanted to work with. Hardest part of the job was integrating website sales and leads with actual sales floor. This may have changed as it was back in 2008 but for the prior three years it had been a constant battle with may of the individuals. The other departments took it extremely well and ran with any ideas or new procedures but sales was a constant battle. It was however slowly heading in the right direction.
Good Management and decent benefits
Hours flexibility and job culture was not that good
Provides wonderful benefits and excellent salaries.
Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Garner, NC – May 31, 2016
Work was very stressful and hard to find a work-life balance, however the money earned and competitive pay made up for all of the stress. Free lunches, company parties, and felt like you were working with family.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Oxford, AL – March 1, 2016
On a typical day at Camping World I check inventory to make sure all units are clean and ready for show. I've learned the different styles and layouts of RV's. Management stays busy and can be a bit stressed out at times, but overall they are very helpful in learning the new job and SOP. My co-workers are upbeat and very helpful. The hardest part of the job is learning all the different inventory of RV's. The most enjoyable part of the job is building a relationship with the customers and helping them find and purchase the perfect RV for their lifestyle.
Detailer (Former Employee) – Eugene, OR – February 26, 2016
A typical day at Camping World was usually hectic and unorganzed the whole way through. I learned quite a bit from my co-workers. The management was bad at first and then it only got a little better once I finally quit. I loved my co-workers, they were the only reason i stayed for as long as I did. The hardest part of the job had nothing to do with my co-workers, it was mostly management, they hardly knew what they were doing. The most enjoyable part of my job as a detailer was definitely my co-workers.
RV Technician (Current Employee) – Lowell, AR – May 29, 2016
Allows me to put to use all of my technical expertise in mechanical, electrical, plumbing, Heating, Air conditioning. Also allows for me to have contact with customers to advise in day to day use of an RV.
Inbound Sales (Current Employee) – Englewood, CO – April 15, 2016
This place is a mess items are unavailable management problems no work structure place is unorganized No real work environment Co workers are not educated No real hard job in this company un clean no real enjoyment
Productive and enjoyable working with RV'ers and travelers
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Saint Augustine, FL – February 2, 2016
Enjoyed working with people on the road traveling from many different states, providing a good customer service experience. Earning Spiffs (bonus incentives) while doing job a big plus. A lot of pressure to maintain certain percentages selling memberships a rewarding challenge.
Very enjoyable and Fast-paced RV Dealership with fun-loving employees and top-notch service
Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Calera, AL – March 3, 2016
The most enjoyable part of my job was the challenge of meeting and satisfying the needs of customers. My co-workers and I would work together to ensure that the needs of the customer as well as the company were always met.
Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Swedesboro, NJ – April 20, 2016
Don't get paid commission, very poor management. Have rvs sitting around not getting fixed. Service Manager and so forman have no clue on how to run a shop. No training. Told to figure it out on your own