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Correct Craft names SeaArk Boats president

Correct Craft president and CEO Bill Yeargin named Steve Henderson president of newly acquired SeaArk Boats.
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Correct Craft president and CEO Bill Yeargin (right) named Steve Henderson president of the aluminum fishing boat builder SeaArk Boats.

Correct Craft president and CEO Bill Yeargin (right) named Steve Henderson president of the aluminum fishing boat builder SeaArk Boats.

Correct Craft president and CEO Bill Yeargin named Steve Henderson president of newly acquired SeaArk Boats.

Henderson has been SeaArk’s vice president of sales for 13 years. During that time he was a key member of SeaArk’s executive team and has a longstanding relationship with SeaArk employees, vendors, and dealers, Correct Craft said.

“I am thrilled to serve as the new president of SeaArk Boats and look forward to working with Bill and the Correct Craft team to build our company,” Henderson said in a statement. “The future of SeaArk is extremely promising, and our team is excited. Correct Craft has an outstanding culture, and together we are going to do great things.”

“As my relationship with Steve has developed over the past few months it became obvious to me that he was the right person to lead SeaArk,” Yeargin said. “He is respected in the industry, and most importantly by the SeaArk team; I look forward to working with him and believe he will do a great job.”

“Correct Craft has developed a unique culture that focuses on making life better by valuing people, performance and philanthropy,” Yeargin said. “The core of this culture is great people and I know Steve will fit in well with our team. The future of SeaArk is bright.”

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