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Tigé debuts new Web site

Just weeks after previewing 2009 model lineup, Tigé Boats launched its new Web site at www.tige.com. The site includes photos, video and details about the new 2009 Tigé models, plus information about advanced Tigé technology, innovations and unique features.

The interactive site features enhanced, intuitive navigation that provides the visitor with multiple one-click options to quickly access various site elements, pages and information. The new site also includes enhanced Build-Your-Boat technology featuring multi-angle previews and all available Tigé graphics, colors and gelcoat designs.

The new site expands on the 2008 Tigé Web site, named Best Marine Manufacturer Web site by the National Marine Marketing Association.

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