As a Correct Craft company we are called to the path of ‘Making Life Better’ and we strive to exemplify that phrase at every opportunity, we want to wake waves of positive change in ourselves, our families, our communities, and our world with our boats on or near the water. These waves of positivity are not created out of thin air but they are set in motion, sometimes by the smallest efforts. These swells of change exist just below the surface and are available to all, but can only be unleashed through action.

It could be as simple and seemingly small as teaching your child to wake surf or showing your significant other how to trailer a boat. Your wave of change could be as monumental as sharing a day on the boat with a group of foster children or developmentally disabled individuals. Or as empowering as exposing individuals with limb loss to the world of wake surfing. Or as service oriented as treating service men and women, first responders and medical workers to a Blue Mind experience on the water. By being in a boat on the water we have the opportunity to awaken a better life for ourselves and others even with the smallest of actions. What’s Your Wave? How are you using your Centurion and/or Supreme Boat on, near, or relating to water to wake waves of positive change? We wake waves. Do you?

When asked why we say “wake” not “make”

We do not make waves of change; we wake swells of positivity from the depths of missed opportunities with deliberate action. Those actions could be as small as a drop of water falling on a glass calm lake or as giant as a seismic shift beneath the sea. No matter the size of the force, a Centurion wave of positive change can be set into motion with any thoughtful activity perpetuated through tow boating.

We wake waves encapsulates all of the amazingly big efforts our waters sports warriors like Grant KorganMatt Manzari, and Robby Maschhaupt have made through events such as Pass the Handle, Wake the World, Salute to Service, adaptive surfing, and much more. But this movement also shines a light on the seemingly small efforts of service on or relating to towboating like teaching your kids to surf or your wife to trailer the boat or simply spending time on the water with your family. Even the smallest service-related or empowerment action can wake a wave of positive change to make someone’s life better. We would love to understand your wave of change and recognize you as a Watersports Warrior. What’s your wave? Wake it!

Share your wave of change with us on social media using the hashtag #WeWakeWaves or tell us more in the form below. Stay safe and wake waves of positive change!

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