Nautique workers help Habitat for Humanity

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Nautique employees volunteered their time last weekend to help Habitat for Humanity of Orlando, Fla., with its multifamily community, Staghorn Villas, which will be home to 58 families when it's finished.

Seventeen Nautique workers spent the day installing floor joists, the structure between the first and second floor.

"I am thrilled by the desire of our employees at Nautique to help their community and world. Our team's work with Habitat for Humanity is consistent with both other local service projects we do each year and our annual international service trip we take each summer to help those less fortunate in other countries," president/CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement.

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