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MarineMax, Correct Craft, Nautique employees aid British Virgin Islands

Employees from MarineMax, Correct Craft, and Nautique recently came together in the British Virgin Islands to assist residents with their recovery efforts.  “Our team was thrilled to partner with MarineMax on this important project to help those who were severely impacted by this season’s hurricanes," said Bill Yeargin, president and CEO of Correct Craft.“Our friends at MarineMax share our culture of ‘Making Life Better’ ...

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Big Shoes to Fill

Last month our company, Correct Craft, celebrated the 100th birthday of Ralph Meloon, a son of our founder and lifelong member of the Correct Craft team. Ralph has had a tremendous impact on our company and has served pretty much every key role at Correct Craft including President and Chairman. He still serves today as our Chairman Emeritus and we ...

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Correct Craft celebrates NMMA Hall of Famer’s birthday

Correct Craft and Nautique Boat Company, along with family and friends, recently celebrated the 100th birthday of Ralph C. Meloon, son of Correct Craft founder Walter C. Meloon. “Mr. Ralph,"  as he’s endearingly referred to by employees, is a 2013 NMMA Hall of Fame inductee and a 2017 Water Ski Hall of Fame Special Lifetime Tribute recipient. Meloon held many ...

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Vice President Pence’s visit and tax reform

Last week Correct Craft was honored to have Vice President Mike Pence visit our world headquarters in Orlando and tour our largest company, Nautique Boats. Accompanying Vice President Pence on the visit were Florida’s Gov. Rick Scott and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue. Nautique President Greg Meloon and I were honored to tour the vice president around our Orlando ...

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Vice President Mike Pence visits Correct Craft, Nautique Boat Co.

Vice President Mike Pence visited Correct Craft’s world headquarters and home to its largest subsidiary, Nautique Boat Co. Thursday and was joined by Florida Gov. Rick Scott and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue. Pence and fellow leaders toured the Nautique production facility, meeting with several Correct Craft and Nautique employees. After the tour, the group participated in a roundtable ...

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An industry for sale – the seller’s struggle

The boating industry is going through substantial changes – more than it ever has. One significant factor impacting our industry is a generational change in leadership. With many of our boating industry leaders looking toward retirement, the leadership of our industry will be much different in a few years. A significant catalyst driving this change is the desire of many ...

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Correct Craft celebrates National Manufacturing Day

Correct Craft companies across the country hosted local students from area high schools and colleges as part of National Manufacturing Day. Manufacturing Day is an annual event during which North American manufacturers open their doors to showcase the potential of modern manufacturing and foster interest in manufacturing careers, while changing the misperception of manufacturing as an antiquated industry designed for ...

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Pleasurecraft signs multiyear engine contract with GM

Pleasurecraft Engine Group has signed a multi-year contract extension with General Motors. Pleasurecraft and General Motors’ relationship dates back more than 40 years and for the last 20 years GM has been the exclusive powertrain in all Pleasurecraft engines. In 2015, Pleasurecraft partnered with GM Marine to produce the PCM Hyperformance H5 and H6 — the first direct injection engines ...

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Correct Craft celebrates record 2017 results

Correct Craft announced that the company’s significant growth continued in the 2017 model year, resulting in the best year in the company’s 92-year history. Correct Craft’s growth strategy resulted in each of its companies experiencing above market growth with an overall revenue growth for the 2017 model year of nearly 30 percent. The company expects the growth to continue in ...

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