Nautique crew lends hand to Haiti relief efforts

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A group of Nautique employees recently traveled to Fort Pierce, Fla., to donate goods and assist Missionary Flights International in the Haitian relief effort.

Since the Haiti earthquake, Nautique employees have been donating items for the Haitian people, but also wanted to volunteer their time. Nautique teamed up with Missionary Flights International and spent the day unloading trucks, sorting donations, cleaning bathrooms and more.

"Our employees' service work for the Haitian relief effort once again demonstrates the extraordinary hearts of our Nautique employees," Correct Craft's president/CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement. "I am very grateful to be a part of a team that is not only committed to building the world's best boats, but also committed to helping others in need."

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