18 February 2009

Abilene, TX – Tigé Boats is proud to be part of film history, with a supporting role in the remake of the classic horror film “Friday the 13th.” With a record-breaking $42.2 million in the opening weekend, the slasher film debut not only tops the figures for any of the historic “Friday the 13th” series, but is also the greatest opening horror film of all time.

It is back to the story that started it all, and Tigé is excited to be a part of it. Camp Crystal Lake sets the stage for a series of scenes featuring the Tigé 24Vé. Only this time, Jason, the hockey masked murderer, and Tigé are introducing a new twist on the term “on-water excitement”. Several plot impacting situations, and a series of blood-pumping boating events briefly put Tigé front and center in the iconic film.

“Tigé’s presence in this record-breaking film creates a great opportunity for brand awareness and company growth.” said Charlie Pigeon, CEO of Tigé Boats. Tigé Boats’ appearance in the box-office hit is the latest of the inboard boat company’s big screen achievements, it just happens to be a record-breaking one!

For more information about Tigé and its entire line of inboard boats, visit the award-winning tige.com.