Check out this article from Barron’s 

While it looks too early for the value players to swoop in and buy the RV and parts makers, . The stock trades for just 6.9 times 2019 projected earnings. While sentiment surrounding the RV industry may continue to weigh on Camping World shares in the near term, fundamentals should shine through over time, turning investors into happy campers.

We like the fact that Lemonis, the CEO, had to repay the Company $600k of profits from a prior sale of CWH  in order to buy back $897.3k stock between May 14-16 at a price of $21.89.