Correct Craft was chosen to highlight its made in America products at the White House’s annual Made in America event on Oct. 5.
Each state was invited to showcase domestically-made products and goods at the event. Correct Craft companies Parker Boats and Nautique Boat Company will represent North Carolina and Florida, respectively.
“Our team is thrilled to represent not only our industry but also Florida and North Carolina in the White House Made in America event. We build uniquely American made products which are sold throughout the U.S. and into dozens of countries around the world,” said Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin in a statement. “Our American made quality is second to none and people around the globe aspire to own our products.”
Members of the administration — including the president and vice president — are slated to attend the fourth annual event.
“I look forward to sharing the story of our company and boats with the President, Vice President, and other officials; I am certain they will be impressed. Our Nautique and Parker teams could not be more excited to show off our product at the White House,” Yeargin added.