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Correct Craft treats its suppliers to a day off


Correct Craft hosted a vendor appreciation day for its supplier partners on Friday. The days took place at six Correct Craft facilities across the U.S.

Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin said the company was “blessed” to have “great” suppliers. “We would not be able to do what we do without them,” he said in the statement.

The events ranged from boat rides and a bocce-ball tournament at Centurion and Supreme’s headquarters in California, to a luncheon at a local country club and factory tour at SeaArk’s Arkansas factory. Bryant organized a ‘Boats and BBQ’ at its Tennessee facility. Pleasurecraft had a golf outing and lunch for its vendors. 



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