Lumber Liquidators is a company in distress…

About LLVC

The Lumber Liquidators Value Committee (LLVC) is composed of large and small shareholders of Lumber Liquidators. Collectively we control approximately 5% of the outstanding shares. Our control of the company is steadily expanding as more shareholders join our group and demand changes at the company. The group is lead and organized by Mario Rizzi, an activist investor a history of generating positive returns through proxy actions.

“The problem is, the company has lost focus. Lumber Liquidators was always about selling good flooring, at cheap prices, in large volume. That was the growth driver for 20 years. Now, the new management team is focused on raising margins and installation services. They have lost the DIY customer and traffic has been sinking for years. Competitors such as Floor and Decor are happily taking away market share. It’s not rocket science; LL just has to rebuild their associates sales culture and focus on driving merchandise sales and up-sells. Simply growing same store sales by 4 to 5% per year will fix every problem at the company.”

Mario Rizzi, LLVC

Latest News

Knowles Buys LL Stock!

August 12th, 2019|0 Comments

A filing released this morning (August 12, 2019) shows that Lumber Liquidators CEO Dennis R. Knowles purchased 14,000 shares of LL stock at a price of approximately $8. The total value of this open market [...]

Nancy, It’s Over.

August 7th, 2019|0 Comments

Shares of Lumber Liquidators are in free fall. Sources within the company tell me that senior management is in disbelief. CEO Dennis Knowles cannot comprehend why the stock price is falling. Dennis Knowles [...]

You Are Being Lied To

August 7th, 2019|0 Comments

Last week, Floor and Decor announced their earnings. It was an across the board beat. Revenue, same store sales, profits and margins, all came in strong. Stronger than almost any body expected. The stock [...]