Today, Camping World Holdings Inc – Class A Inc’s (NYSE: CWH) stock gained $0.05, accounting for a 0.13% increase. Camping World opened at $39.94 before trading between $40.56 and $39.59 throughout Friday’s session. The activity saw Camping World’s market cap rise to $1,807,893,375 on 498,909 shares -below their 30-day average of 943,795.
Camping World employs around 11835 people with a head office in Lincolnshire, Illinois.
About Camping World Holdings Inc – Class A
Camping World Holdings, headquartered in Lincolnshire, Illinois, is America’s leading recreational vehicle and outdoor retailer, offering an extensive assortment of recreational vehicles for sale, RV and camping gear, RV maintenance and repair, other outdoor and active sports products, and the industry’s broadest and deepest range of services, protection plans, products and resources. Since the Company’s founding in 1966, Camping World has grown to become one of the most well-known destinations for everything RV, with more than 170 locations in 37 states and a comprehensive e-commerce platform.
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