Travel guide honors Orlando Watersports Complex

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The Orlando Watersports Complex in Florida was named the 2017 Water Sports Company of the Year by Luxury Travel Guide.

The Luxury Travel Guide Awards recognize and celebrate excellence across all sectors of the affluent travel and tourism industry. The guide’s judges have scoured the globe and traveled extensively to identify everything from the very best hotels, airlines and tour operators through highlighting the most reputable transfer service companies.

“We were especially excited to award Orlando Watersports Complex as Water Sports Company of the Year 2017 in Orlando,” Luxury Travel Guide Awards coordinator Max Bond said in a statement. “The judging panel recognized their specialty in providing water sport activities and a high level of customer service. Their customers have nominated OWC and we have chosen them as winners in these very prestigious awards.”

“Our OWC team works very hard to provide our customers the most fun experience and outstanding customer service possible,” said Bill Yeargin, CEO of Correct Craft, the owner of Aktion Parks. “It is exciting to see the LTG recognize their work with this award. I enjoy spending time at OWC and look forward to sharing the great fun with many more people.”


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