MarineMax will carry Tigé Boats in four locations

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Tigé will be offered in areas that Nautique is not.

Tigé will be offered in areas that Nautique is not.

MarineMax is adding Tigé Boats to its roster of brands, and will offer the tow boats in four locations.

The company has carried Nautique for several years in certain stores, and says the addition is a way to bring tow boats to areas where Nautique isn’t offered.

Tigé Boats will now be offered at the Buford, Cumming, Grand Lake and Orlando locations.

“We are ecstatic to welcome Tigé Boats to our lineup as MarineMax continues to grow. This is a fantastic opportunity for our boating community to discover the innovation and quality that Tigé Boats takes pride in,” said MarineMax Cumming general manager Mike Criswell in a statement.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for their models to be seen and experienced by a wider audience,” added MarineMax Orlando general manager Phillip Davidson.

Launched in 1991, Tigé Boats has remained a family-owned business.


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