Tag Archives: Correct Craft

Correct Craft announces Meta Marine

Correct Craft announced Meta Marine, which will focus on managing the company’s brands in the metaverse. This new pursuit in the digital frontier will concentrate on moving Correct Craft and its subsidiaries toward a virtual future. Meta Marine, has started collaborating with virtual reality developers in a way that the company hopes will allow boating enthusiasts to experience the industry ...

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Correct Craft teams serve communities across the U.S.

This summer, all Correct Craft teams across the USA have participated in service projects to make life better in their communities. Each Correct Craft team served locally to help those in need.Correct Craft service projects date back to 2006, when employees took their first service trip to Tecate, Mexico, to build a house for a homeless family. Since that first ...

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Florida representative tours Correct Craft, Ingenity

Representative Darren Soto (FL-09) this week toured Correct Craft and Ingenity Electric facilities in Orlando, Florida alongside Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin, Ingenity President Sean Marrero, and NMMA Director of Federal Relations Callie Hoyt. During the visit Representative Soto spoke with industry leaders on the economic impact the recreational boating industry contributes to Florida, as well as the importance of ...

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NMMA celebrates CHIPS bill signing

This week, President Biden signed the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 into law in a ceremony at the White House South Lawn, alongside Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo, and U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai. NMMA President Frank Hugelmeyer and Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin were invited and partook in the White House signing ceremony, following the recreational boating industry’s ...

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Merritt Precision achieves safety milestone

Merritt Precision Technologies celebrated 2000 days without a lost time accident in their Tennessee location. From new hires to those who have worked at the facility for over 20 years, this milestone was achieved because of the team’s intentional focus on safety.The Merritt Precision team uses various tools to ensure a safe work environment, including safety huddles, departmental walkthroughs, and ...

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Inegenity debuts new experience center in Lake Geneva

Ingenity increases electric boat capacity

This summer, Ingenity Electric, an electric boat company under the Correct Craft family of brands, is bringing the future of boating to Lake Geneva in Wisconsin by launching its second “tiny home” experience center. At the site, Ingenity will showcase both the reigning Boat of the Year, the Nautique GS22E for watersports, and the newly released Ingenity 23E day boat. ...

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Innovation: A bipartisan no-brainer

By Bill Yeargin Many people don’t realize how close the pandemic and related supply chain issues have come to both shutting down the U.S. economy and putting our national security at significant risk. And the risk was largely related to semiconductor chips. 92% of semiconductor chips are made outside the U.S., and these chips are in almost everything. According to ...

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Pontoons of tomorrow

By Adam Quandt Once looked at as simple, slow lake cruisers or all-out party barges, pontoons have increased in popularity and versatility since their entrance into the market in the 1950s, and the pontoons of tomorrow show no signs of slowing those trends. “I would say Godfrey – having been one of the first builders to launch an aluminum pontoon ...

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Mentorship: Investing in future success

Bill Yeargin Correct Craft CEO

By Bill Yeargin My retirement is not imminent, but I cannot help but be focused on the future success of our company, even for the time after I am gone. One of the best things I can do for our organization is prepare the next generation of our company’s leaders for the day when they will be in charge. I ...

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The Luxury Tax Myth

Bill Yeargin Correct Craft CEO

By Bill Yeargin Luxury taxes, on items such as boats that politicians see as a “luxury,” are traps that don’t impact the rich but have a huge negative impact on people who can least afford it. They are the quintessential example of unintended consequences; history has demonstrated this unequivocally.  Politicians, many of whom I believe are well-intentioned, see luxury taxes ...

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