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Aktion Parks launches new websites

Correct Craft subsidiary Aktion Parks launched new websites for its Orlando Watersports Complex, Miami Watersports Complex and Elite Cable Park.

The sites include a page for first-time users, videos that demonstrate park activities, a community involvement section with events and a membership page. There’s also a career section so prospective employees can understand the organization’s culture.

“I’m excited about the new websites for our parks,” said Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin in a statement. “As the premier parks in the water-sports industry, we know people will enjoy these new online experiences. From people who have never been on the water at one of our parks to seasoned pros there is something for everyone to enjoy. Our Aktion team loves helping people have an unforgettable experience on the water.”

Elite Cable Park remains under construction and will open soon.

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