Tige Boats Adds Dealer in Tennessee – Quimby's Cruising Guide

Tige Boats Adds Dealer in Tennessee

Tige Boats of Abilene, Texas, has announced a new partnership with Anderson Marine in Old Hickory, Tenn., near Nashville. Anderson Marine will showcase the Tige lineup at the Nashville Boat Show from January 8 to 11, 2015.
Ray and Joy Anderson, the owners of Anderson Marine, have been dedicated to serving the Nashville boating community for more than 33 years. Ray has followed his passion of boats and motors by offering a top-notch service center with highly trained and certified mechanics, so that customers experience personal attention and professional service. The Anderson Marine team is eager to serve Tige owners in their area as well as grow the Tige family.

Tige is represented by a worldwide dealer network. Dealership opportunities continue to be available across the globe to those dedicated to carrying on the Tige legacy and its commitment to providing extraordinary service to its customers.

Tige Boats launched in 1991, placing innovation and passion at the heart of its boats. Today, the company keeps these values alive with one common goal in mind — to make its customers’ rides better than anything else on the water. From the new ASR to the highly-acclaimed Z3 and throughout the entire 2015 lineup, Tige produces a technologically advanced product line specializing in massive wakeboarding wakes and ocean-size wakesurf waves.

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