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Election year thoughts

Bill Yeargin Correct Craft CEO

By Bill Yeargin 2020 is a U.S. presidential election year with the first caucuses and primaries right around the corner. Before we know it, November will be here, and the citizens of the U.S. will be voting. Election years in the U.S. are interesting because they result in a unique and intense focus on political topics that is beyond the ...

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Correct Craft employees volunteer with Habitat for Humanity

Over the past two weeks, 52 employees from Nautique Boats, Aktion Parks, Watershed Innovation and Correct Craft volunteered with Habitat for Humanity. Employees spent the past two Saturdays assembling a home. The homes start as a concrete slab and end up move-in ready for a Central Florida family in need. Correct Craft employees were assigned to houses needing final touch ups before the homes ...

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Correct Craft celebrates 95 years of ‘Making life better’

In 2020, Correct Craft began celebrating 95 years of "Making Life Better." Since 1925, Correct Craft has operated as one of the world’s recreational boating leaders. Today, Correct Craft strives to lead in tournament inboard, freshwater fish, saltwater fish, utility and recreational boats, as well as marine propulsion, watersports parks and innovation. Bill Yeargin, President and CEO of Correct Craft ...

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Correct Craft hosts first Marine Industry Culture Summit

Marine Industry Culture Summit

Senior executives from across the recreational boating industry gathered in Orlando to learn about the power of organizational culture. The inaugural Marine Industry Culture Summit was hosted and underwritten by Correct Craft. The Culture Summit explored the importance of effective culture in our companies, included workshops to help attendees identify key aspects of an effective culture and create an implementation ...

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Parker Boats breaks ground on new expansion

Parker Boats and Correct Craft held a groundbreaking ceremony today, announcing future plans for the Beaufort, North Carolina-based boat manufacturer to expand its facility and improve its operations. The new, 10,000 sq. ft. facility will include an area for the gelcoat and mold maintenance processes and will generate 25-30 new jobs in the Eastern NC area. The new facility will ...

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Correct Craft hosts Florida State Representative

Just before Thanksgiving, Florida State Representative David Smith (District 28) visited Correct Craft’s headquarters in Orlando, providing him with the opportunity to learn about the manufacturer’s business and the boating industry’s broader economic impact. NMMA members, like Correct Craft, have hosted more than 30 elected officials at their facilities in 2019, which are invaluable advocacy engagements that the association strongly ...

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Correct Craft celebrates ‘Promote Your Passion’ winners

Correct Craft recently announced winners of their  “Promote Your Passion” initiative, conducted in partnership with the Orlando Sentinel. “Promote Your Passion” was a Correct Craft initiative to promote and raise awareness and money for small, local charitable organizations. The initiative ended this week and was a tremendous success. Promote Your Passion was a contest allowing charitable organizations across Central Florida ...

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Brant Hansen to speak at marine industry culture summit

Correct Craft recently announced that Brant Hansen will be speaking at the upcoming Marine Industry Culture Summit. Brant Hansen is an author, nationally syndicated radio host, and advocate for healing children with correctible disabilities through CURE International, a global ministry of hospitals and programs that offer healing for children. Brant has won multiple “personality of the year” awards for his work ...

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Correct Craft launches program to support local nonprofits

Correct Craft launched “Promote Your Passion”, a contest allowing nine non-profit organizations across Central Florida to promote their cause, without any expense to the nonprofit, through the Orlando Sentinel's website. Correct Craft has arranged for the Orlando Sentinel to promote the work of each of the non-profits who will solicit votes for their cause. Correct Craft will make contributions to ...

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Correct Craft companies host Manufacturing Day events

On Oct. 4, Correct Craft and its manufacturing companies across the country participated in Manufacturing Day by hosting students at its factories. Five Correct Craft plants from Florida to California invited students to learn about both boat manufacturing processes and job opportunities in marine manufacturing. Correct Craft companies also gave the students plant tours. Centurion and Supreme Boats partnered with ...

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