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Nautique to sponsor water-sports tour

Nautique committed to a multiyear agreement as an official tow boat sponsor of the International Amateur Waterski Wakeboard & Kneeboard U.S. Tour.

Nautique boats will be available at INT League events for skiers and riders to compete behind and demo. This partnership also allows Nautique dealers to be involved on the local level and promote their dealership at INT events around the United States.

For 2010, the INT League will host its U.S. championships in the Orlando, Fla., area and attendees are invited to the Nautique facility for a tour of the boatbuilding process.

"I am very excited to continue our partnership with INT League. Nautique truly believes in amateur water sports and is committed to helping the industry grow," Nautique president/CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement.

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