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Correct Craft workers help Habitat for Humanity

Employees celebrated World Habitat Day by participating in a ribbon-cutting ceremony earlier this week.
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Employees from Correct Craft and Nautique celebrated World Habitat Day by participating in a ribbon-cutting ceremony earlier this week to dedicate the model home at Butler’s Preserve, the newest community developed by Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando (Habitat Orlando).

The three-bedroom home will be the community’s model home during development. When the neighborhood is completed in 2018 the house will become available for a family to buy.

This is the third home funded by Correct Craft companies in the past three years. Employees from Correct Craft’s Nautique and Aktion Parks subsidiaries also volunteered their time and talent to help build each of the homes.

“At Correct Craft, we believe that building world-class product starts with building a world-class culture,” Correct Craft CFO and Habitat Orlando board member Sean Marrero said in a statement. “Serving both our customers and the world around us is part of who we are. With Butler’s Preserve, Habitat Orlando will improve the lives of many people in our community for years to come, and we are excited to be a part of it.”

Butler’s Preserve will consist of 51 single-family homes and four duplex units housing a total of 59 families. Ranging from two to five bedrooms, each home will have energy-efficient features certified by the Florida Green Building Coalition and Water Star-rated by South Florida Water Management.

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