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Culture Summit 2.0


Correct Craft announced it will host its second Marine Culture Summit on March 3 from 2 to 4 p.m. Like last year, Correct Craft will underwrite the summit. However, this year’s event will take place virtually.

Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin aims to gather “organizational culture drivers” to discuss developing and driving strong cultures within their organizations.


“Last year’s Culture Summit was outstanding; attendees are still talking about how it positively impacted both them and their organizations,” Yeargin said in a statement. “This year we will review what we learned in the last Culture Summit and also introduce new ideas. While we are disappointed that it won’t be in person this year, we are very excited about opening the event to many more participants.”

In addition to Yeargin, speakers thus far include Regal Boats CEO Duane Kuck and Grady-White president Kris Carroll, with a keynote speaker to be announced.

Click here to register for the summit.


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