Aktion Parks in Florida debuts new websites

Orlando Watersports Complex and Miami Watersports Complex launched new websites.
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Orlando Watersports Complex and Miami Watersports Complex launched new websites.

Redesigned and optimized for viewing on any device, the sites are accessible from the Aktion Parks homepage.

“We are happy to provide our customers and others interested in our parks with these new websites that better illustrate what Aktion Parks is all about and how we promote a healthy lifestyle for the whole family,” Bill Yeargin, CEO of Aktion parent company Correct Craft, said in a statement. “Additionally, the enhanced user functionality offers the ability to easily purchase and book lessons as well as expedite the waiver process.”

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