Nautique partners with Wake for Warriors

Watersports towboat manufacturer Nautique said it has a new partnership with Wake for Warriors.
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Wake for Warriors gives returning service members a day on the water surfing and cruising with friends and family.

Wake for Warriors gives returning service members a day on the water surfing and cruising with friends and family.

Watersports towboat manufacturer Nautique said it has a new partnership with Wake for Warriors.

During the last few years, Wake for Warriors and its founder, David Deep, have been helping veterans when they return home from service.

Deep and his non-profit organization stage events around the country and Nautique said it contributes to the effort to give the veterans the best possible experience.

“At Nautique, we’re always looking for impactful ways to give back to our communities with our Nautique Cares initiative,” Nautique president Greg Meloon said in a statement. “This partnership with Wake for Warriors perfectly aligns with that and we’re proud to be supporting the American Veterans that have given so much for our country.”

“The entire Wake for Warriors team is excited to partner with Nautique,” Deep said. “This partnership demonstrates Nautique's commitment to using their resources to positively impact and help our nation's military veterans. Our participants will ride behind the best towboats in the world and be supported by the great people at Nautique.”

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