Nautiques, USA Water Ski will continue partnership

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Nautiques by Correct Craft pledged to continue its sponsorship of USA Water Ski, the national governing body of organized water skiing.

In addition to its premier sponsor designation, Nautiques will be the official towboat and premier sponsor of USA Water Ski’s national championships, official sponsor of the U.S. Water Ski teams, gold sponsor of USA Water Ski’s GrassRoots Series, and a support sponsor of USA Water Ski’s Waterways Protection Program.

This level of commitment “is vital to USA Water Ski’s ability to put forth programs that keep current and new enthusiasts active in towed watersports,” said Steve Upp, USA Water Ski’s director of business development and partnerships, in a statement.

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