ORLANDO, FLA (February 1, 2007) ­— Correct Craft, Inc. announced the addition of Overall World Wakeboard Cup Champion, Emily Copeland Durham to its team of professional athletes.
Twenty-two-year-old Copeland Durham had an exceptional 2006 season, winning the Reno Pro Wakeboard tour stop, claiming the US Pro-Am Wakeboard Championship, Overall Wakeboard World Cup Championship and Gravity Games Championship. Copeland Durham has been competing for eight years and currently holds more podium finishes than any other professional female wakeboarder in history.
“Emily is an exciting addition to our team. When you have Emily on your team, you get the whole package – she is a very talented, exciting rider plus she shares Correct Craft’s values, both on and off the water. We couldn’t be happier to have her represent us,” said Correct Craft President/CEO, Bill Yeargin.
Copeland Durham said, “To have this opportunity is truly an honor. Being part of such a well respected company and team is incredible. I appreciate Correct Craft’s commitment to building the best boats and their dedication to our industry. Their values are consistent with mine and I’m looking forward to a great future on Team Nautique."
Emily also represents Ronix Wakeboards, Jet Pilot and Power Bar.
Celebrating 82 years of excellence in the marine industry, Correct Craft is a family-owned manufacturer of internationally acclaimed competition caliber 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 .