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Nautique sales program announced

Correct Craft announced a new program called the Nautique SOAR program, implementing Lean Six Sigma principles throughout the Nautique sales process.

The SOAR program began its initial phase and will be fully executed during the next several months. The Nautique SOAR program will be focused on making the Nautique sales process even more informative and beneficial to our customers.

"I'm extremely pleased to begin the next phase of our Lean Six Sigma implementation in our sales program, another industry first for Nautique," president/CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement. "Our entire Nautique team is committed to ensuring the Nautique life is second to none."

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