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Parting the Waters: How Vision and Faith Make Good Business
Parting the Waters How Vision and Faith Make Good Business
Author: James Vincent
ISBN-13: 9780802459343
ISBN-10: 080245934X
Publication Date: 10/1/1997
Pages: 192
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Publisher: Moody Publishers
Book Type: Paperback
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From the back cover:
"Founded in 1925 by W.C. Meloon, a man with a hobby and a dream, Correct Craft has made major contributions to the business of boat-building and the sport of waterskiing. behind the success is a compelling story of a family-owned business that honors God.

The Meloon family and Correct Craft have parted the waters of both adversity and prosperity. Here you will read about:

-The "miracle production" of 400 assault boats in 15 days to help the U.S. Army cross the Rhine River in WWII

-The turnaround of the bankrupt company that chose to repay *all* of its debts

-The principles of running a company based on Christian values.

A company with strong ethical values and fairness in dealing with others *can* thrive. This book is a testimony to one such company that has remained constant in its commitment ot God.