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Correct Craft welcomes FL State representative David Smith to their facility

by National Marine Manufacturers Association 3 Dec 2019 07:18 PST

Just before Thanksgiving, Florida State Representative David Smith (District 28) visited Correct Craft's headquarters in Orlando, providing him with the opportunity to learn about the manufacturer's business and the boating industry's broader economic impact.

NMMA members have hosted more than 30 elected officials at their facilities in 2019, which are invaluable advocacy engagements that the association strongly encourages.

During the visit, Representative Smith toured Correct Craft's facility, where he met many of the company's employees and witnessed firsthand the high-quality jobs that the recreational boating industry creates. Additionally, Representative Smith and members of the Correct Craft team discussed the importance of sound environmental policies, clean water, and healthy natural resources to the industry.

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