Pence discusses tax reform during visit to Correct Craft

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Vice President Mike Pence (right), Florida Gov. Rick Scott (behind Pence) and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue (center) toured Nautique Boat Co. on Thursday. Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin is at left.

Vice President Mike Pence (right), Florida Gov. Rick Scott (behind Pence) and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue (center) toured Nautique Boat Co. on Thursday. Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin is at left.

Vice President Mike Pence visited Correct Craft’s Florida world headquarters, home to its largest subsidiary, Nautique Boat Co., on Thursday.

Pence was joined by Florida Gov. Rick Scott and U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue.

Pence, Scott and Perdue toured the Nautique production facility and met with several Correct Craft and Nautique employees.

After the tour the leaders participated in a roundtable that Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin hosted. Central Florida residents shared ideas with the officials during the roundtable.

After the tour the leaders participated in a roundtable that Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin hosted. Central Florida residents shared ideas with the officials during the roundtable.

Pence also talked with employees, guests and the media about the Trump administration’s plan for tax reform.

“Our team was truly honored to host Vice President Pence, Governor Scott and Secretary Perdue today at our facility,” Yeargin said in a statement. “It was a great visit and the leaders appreciated learning about Correct Craft and our subsidiaries, including Nautique Boats.”

“I also appreciate the interest these men had in hearing from people in our community,” Yeargin said. “It has been a privilege to host an event providing these leaders with constructive input related to their work in Washington and Tallahassee.”

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