Nautique begins new employee training program

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Nautique launched an employee development program to improve the skills of its production team and keep them employed while navigating through a difficult economy.

The program offers intensive training sessions taught by Nautique senior executives, production managers and other leading industry experts.

“Not only are we happy to be able to provide our current employees with an increased level of employment security, but we are also pleased to be able to significantly invest in our team,” said Bill Yeargin, Nautique’s president and CEO, in a statement.

The Nautique line of boats is manufactured by Correct Craft Inc. of Orlando, Fla.

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