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Nautique unveils VIP program

Nautique and its dealer network are launching the Nautique Nation VIP Access program.

This program will allow select Nautique VIPs to experience Nautique firsthand at the company's headquarters in Orlando, Fla.

From Oct. 15 through March 15, prospective Nautique buyers have the opportunity to receive the "celebrity treatment" at Nautique's facilities, test-drive 2010 model-year boats on one of the Nautique private lakes, receive an exclusive interactive plant tour, meet the management team and more.

"While the rest of the United States and Canada are experiencing cold weather during the winter months, the Nautique team here in Orlando is fortunate to be able to enjoy time on the water in our Nautique boats all year round," Correct Craft president/CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement. "We are excited about offering our Nautique fans and customers this same opportunity through the Nautique Nation VIP Access program."

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