An even larger Correct Craft?

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Correct Craft announced that it has acquired 60 acres of land beside its current Orlando headquarters and Nautique manufacturing facility. The new property will allow for expansion of the company’s operations. The acquisition expands the total acreage to 198.

The added space could provide for expansion of the Correct Craft corporate offices and a dedicated innovation facility.

“Our team is excited to finalize the acquisition of this additional property,” Bill Yeargin, Correct Craft CEO, said in a statement. “We have outgrown our current Orlando facility and this extra land will give us many options to support our future growth initiatives. This land also has direct lake access which will help us with testing related to our innovation plans.”


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