Nautique receives award from United Safety Council

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Nautique was recognized by the United Safety Council as a Gold Status winner for its 2018 Corporate Safety Achievement Award. It is the highest designation from the council in the state of Florida. It is given to companies based on overall levels of safety in the last year.

Additionally, Nautique’s Anna Fullen was recognized for her safety leadership and presented with a scholarship.

“I am thrilled for our company to be awarded Gold Status at the Corporate Safety Awards,” Greg Meloon, Nautique president, said in a statement. “I’d like to thank the United Safety Council for this incredible honor, and I’d like to congratulate our entire team here for a job well done and for continuing to make Nautique a happy and healthy place to work.”

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