Correct Craft set to appear at political conventions

Correct Craft will share the impact of the marine industry on the U.S. economy and the Florida-based boatbuilder’s story.
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Correct Craft will partner with the National Marine Manufacturers Association to represent the marine industry and the company at this summer’s Republican and Democratic national conventions.

Correct Craft will share the impact of the marine industry on the U.S. economy and the Florida-based boatbuilder’s story. At both conventions Correct Craft will have at least one boat on display in the water for convention attendees and the press to enjoy.

“We look forward to working with the NMMA during both party conventions to share our Correct Craft story and educate attendees on the often overlooked impact of the marine industry on the U.S. economy,” Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement.

“We believe that the numerous governors, legislators, elected officials, dignitaries and press will enjoy learning about both our industry and Correct Craft. We know they will enjoy the boats.”

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