Correct Craft Signs James StewartTuesday, February 27, 2007 | 7:52 AM
Date: 2/27/07, ORLANDO, FLA — Correct Craft, Inc., builder of Nautique ski and wakeboard boats, announced today the addition of World Supercross GP Champion, James Stewart to its team of professional athletes.
The 21-year-old from Haines City, Florida has shattered the record books during his incredible motocross career so far. Since moving up to the premier 250cc class, he has added some monumental titles to his list of achievements, including being the 2006 Motocross Des Nation Champion, 2006 U.S. Open Champion and 2006 World SX Champion. Stewart is the first African American to ever win a major motorsports championship in any racing discipline. He has forty-seven career MX/SX wins combined, and is the youngest National Champion in AMA history.
“James is the perfect young man to help us increase our brand awareness even more in the motocross industry. Having James represent our Nautique brand further demonstrates that top athletes prefer Correct Craft,” said Correct Craft President/CEO, Bill Yeargin.
Stewart said, “After seeing Correct Craft’s involvement with Loretta Lynn’s (The AMA Air Nautiques Amateur National Motocross Championships), I am extremely honored to become a part of the Correct Craft family and look forward to growing the brand in the motocross industry.”
Stewart also represents Kawasaki, Fox Racing, Red Bull, Boost Mobile and Oakley.
Celebrating 82 years of excellence in the marine industry, Correct Craft is a family-owned manufacturer of Nautique water ski and wakeboard boats and boats for recreational enjoyment. Correct Craft, Inc. is known for superior quality product, cutting-edge technology and innovative hull designs. To see the complete line of Correct Craft boats, visit www.correctcraft.com.
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