Correct Craft company sponsors home-building project

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The Aktion Parks-owned Orlando Watersports Complex welcomed the Encarnacion family to their new two-story, energy-efficient townhome at Stag Horn Villas in Orlando.

The home was sponsored by the Orlando Watersports Complex and built by Habitat for Humanity.

The Encarnacion family consists of parents Ben and Taisha and their four children: Tatiana, 13; Benjamin, 6; Elsy, 5; and Gabriel, 4.

Through Habitat for Humanity’s selection process, the family met all of the financial criteria for eligibility and completed all of the required volunteer hours and home ownership courses. Orlando Watersports Complex involvement with Habitat for Humanity has been through volunteer events and financial support.

“Our team at Orlando Watersports Complex was honored to be a part of handing the keys over to the Encarnacion family’s new townhome. Giving back is part of our culture through Aktion Parks and Nautique Boat Co. Inc.,” Correct Craft president and CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement.

Habitat Orlando is one of about 2,100 local affiliates of Habitat for Humanity International.

Aktion Parks is a subsidiary of Correct Craft.

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