Correct Craft sponsors new-home construction

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Correct Craft Inc., producer of Nautique boats, announced the sponsorship of a Habitat for Humanity townhome.

The sponsored home is in Habitat’s Stag Horn Villas community in Orlando, Fla., and will be completed by early next year.

Correct Craft’s team has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity on several occasions and plans to continue the tradition as it sponsors the construction of a new home for a deserving family in central Florida.

“Our team is excited to be able to contribute financially, as well as donate our time, to make a dream come true for a family in need. Habitat for Humanity is a great organization, and we are proud to have our CFO, Sean Marrero, serve on their board of directors,” Correct Craft president/CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement. “Our team is concerned with not only with building the world’s best boats, but also with helping make the world a better place — Nautique cares.”

Click here to read Yeargin’s blog about this new home.

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