Correct Craft names president for two brands

Centurion Boats and Supreme Boats tapped industry veteran Paul Singer to be president of both companies.
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Paul Singer (right) was named president of Correct Craft brands Centurion Boats and Supreme Boats. He is shown with Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin.

Paul Singer (right) was named president of Correct Craft brands Centurion Boats and Supreme Boats. He is shown with Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin.

Centurion Boats and Supreme Boats, both part of Florida-based Correct Craft, tapped industry veteran Paul Singer to be president of both companies.

An Air Force veteran, Singer is best known for playing a key role as an executive at one of the boating industry’s largest manufacturers, the company said.

Centurion and Supreme are built in Merced, Calif.

“I could not be happier to join the Centurion and Supreme teams. Both brands have wonderful teams and we will work together to achieve great things,” Singer said in a statement. “I am also happy to be part of Correct Craft. The Correct Craft culture is amazing and something we look forward to further developing at Centurion and Supreme. The future is exciting!”

“Paul Singer is one of the most respected people in our industry, and he will have a big impact on both Centurion and Supreme. Paul fully embraces the Correct Craft culture and he is a friend; Paul is one of the best guys I know and I could not be happier to have him joining our family,” Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin said.

“In the several months since Correct Craft purchased Centurion and Supreme, the brands have released exciting new product, added nearly 30 new dealers, seen production processes improved, added key talent and seen Centurion selected as the official boat of the IWWF Wakeboard World Championships,” Yeargin said. “Having Paul join the team tops this all off with the best news yet and begins an exciting new era at Centurion and Supreme.”

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