Correct Craft receives business award

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Correct Craft, producer of the Nautique boat line, was honored with a Smart Award by the Association for Corporate Growth.

A Smart Award is given to companies that bring value to their community in terms of corporate culture, growth, business creativity and economic contribution. Correct Craft was nominated for the award by a community banker who was familiar with Correct Craft’s operations and the company’s positive impact on central Florida, the company said.

“I am very proud of our team and honored that we were recognized for our contribution to the central Florida community,” Correct Craft president/CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement. “We have an incredible team of people who not only want to build the world’s best boats for our customers, but who also truly care about their community and desire to help make the world a better place; I am thrilled to see our team honored this way.”

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