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Tigé Boats launches demo challenge program

Taking a Tigé for a test drive could make you $2,000.

Taking a Tigé for a test drive could make you $2,000.

Tigé Boats has started promotional program called the $2000 Demo Challenge. It will run from March 15 to June 30 at participating dealerships.

The challenge is for potential customers to drive a Tigé and boats from competing manufacturers. If the customer chooses to buy another brand, Tige will give him $2,000.

Tigé Boats are progressive and versatile,” Chris Byrd, MarineMax Grand Lake general manager, said in a statement. “In addition to working with industry-leading partners, Tigé owns patents on several innovative technologies including the Convex V Hull and TAPS 3 Surf System. This demo challenge is the perfect opportunity for boaters to experience top-notch performance, all with an added incentive.

Participating dealers include MarineMax Cumming and MarineMax Buford in Georgia, MarineMax Grand Lake in Oklahoma and MarineMax Orlando.



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