Camping World Reveals New Leadership Transition Plan

Camping World Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: CWH) (“Camping World”), the world’s largest recreational vehicle dealer, has announced significant changes in its leadership team. The Company’s President, Brent Moody, plans to retire on December 31, 2024, with his resignation as President effective July 1, 2024. Additionally, Chief Financial Officer Karin Bell plans to retire after the filing of the Company’s Form 10-K for the year ending December 31, 2024, with her resignation effective July 1, 2024.

Matthew Wagner will succeed Mr. Moody as President and will continue in his role as the Company’s principal operating officer. Tom Kirn will be appointed Chief Financial Officer, taking over from Ms. Bell, while continuing as the Company’s principal accounting officer.

Marcus Lemonis, Chairman and CEO of Camping World, expressed his gratitude for the long-term contributions of Moody and Bell, stating, “Brent, Karin, and I have been together since the beginning, helping to formulate and lead our company. With over 40 years of combined service, their commitment to the company is undeniable as Camping World would not be what it is today without them. Brent will remain on our Board of Directors, and Karin will continue to serve in an advisory role for myself and the senior management team.”

Reflecting on his tenure, Mr. Moody said, “I am very grateful to have spent over 20 years helping to grow the business. I am confident in Matt’s ability to lead and innovate across our company. I look forward to a smooth transition and am excited for the organization’s future growth.”

Ms. Bell added, “My 20-plus years here have been the highlight of my career. Together with our talented team members, we have made Camping World a stronger and more agile organization. I am proud of our accomplishments and am confident that Tom has the right skillset and commitment to financial discipline to help guide us into our next chapter of growth.”

Mr. Lemonis concluded, “Today’s announcement is the culmination of several years of leadership succession planning and well-deserved career advancement for both Matt and Tom as we head into the next decade of growth for the company.”

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