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    The Alpha E2 Powered Tower – Innovation of the Year
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    The Alpha E2 Powered Tower – Innovation of the Year

    September 11, 2019


    The Alpha E2 Power Tower has made an
    electric statement in technology, design, and versatility, so the award of
    Innovation of the Year speaks for itself. The voters chose the Alpha E2 Power
    Tower as their favorite product over hundreds of other new innovations
    introduced to the market in the past 12 months. Engineered with all of your users
    in mind, the Alpha E2 tower lowers forward with the push of a button, effortlessly
    making your Tige the perfect fit by collapsing forward on a single hinge
    point. The Alpha E2 tower is self supported and is reinforced with its
    base design. It is solid, silent, smooth — and all within seven seconds. With your Alpha E2 Power Tower completely folded, the Protect-All Cover will ensure that your
    electronics, speakers, and lighting are safe and sound. As you uncover your Tige
    for your next set, you can be guaranteed that it will be perfect in all of its
    glory. The award-winning Alpha E2 tower has a powerful presence, but the
    innovation comes from within. With rigorous stress testing using Finite
    Element Analysis, the Alpha E2 has been precisely engineered for unprecedented
    strength and reliability. The powered tower utilizes an electric actuator with
    integral braking systems designed to sustain over 3,000 pounds of holding
    force. Crafted with custom aluminum extrusions and Delrin plastic fittings, the Alpha e2 ensures your ride will be solid, structured, and soundproof for many years to come. All of your favorite features integrate seamlessly and have been precisely placed throughout the Alpha E2 for space, clearance, and optimal performance. Turn heads, catch eyes, and add a whole new level of personalization and swagger to your setup with the LED blade lights. Choose
    from an almost never-ending color wheel and set the lights to move to the beat
    of your playlist. With the LED mood lights, you’ll have an
    ambient glow throughout the cabin in four different colors to suit your mood. Keep cool and dry with sun and rain protection in seconds. Crafted with machined aluminum billet and stainless steel, the Tige Surf Pocket Bimini is
    the easiest and most durable Bimini on the market. The Surf Pocket Bimini stores
    on the top of the Alpha E2 for more headway and can collapse down with the
    tower for easy storage. Wet Sounds speakers work in perfect harmony with the Alpha E2 tower through the integrated mounting system. The entire
    audio system has been engineered and ergonomically placed throughout each
    Tige to produce extraordinary sound for an extraordinary boat. The Alpha E2 Powered Tower has set the standard for the future of boating. See the Alpha E2 Powered Tower today at your local Tige dealer

    Cliff Diving Gymnast | Big Time at the Lake | Whitney & Blakely
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    Cliff Diving Gymnast | Big Time at the Lake | Whitney & Blakely

    September 1, 2019


    (men laughing) – [Dad] Oh, there’s a tug of war. – [Man] Grandpa’s t-shirt got wet. – [Woman] He doesn’t have a swimsuit on. Nice Blakeley! (dog barking) – [Whitney] Did you get the dog? – [Dad] Fire Whitty! – [Blakeley] I got Braxton’s head! – [Dad] Good job Lexi! – [Blakeley] I got Braxton’s head! – [Dad] Oh that’s hot
    water, that feels good. – [Woman] Give Houston it. – [Dad] Let’s see your best shot Blakers! – [Blakeley] Okay! One, two, three! I got Braxton! Load up. – [Man] Okay, you got
    to help her, Sterling, you have to help her. – [Blakeley] I hit Braxton! – [Dad] Nice shooting. Careful, he’s armed though. – [Man] Want to send them to the stairs? Okay, here they come. – [Woman] She’s so cute. (water splashing) – [Mom] Not right now, Blakeley. Oh my gosh, Sterling. – [Man] A little too much. – [Woman] Yes, it’s a really bad scratch. Alright, I’ll get you
    some in just a second. – [Braxton] It’s a water war! – [Woman] Show Daddy what you just did. – [Man] Are you ready? Whoa! Floating angel, floating angel. – [Blakeley] Ah, my butt’s slipping. (knocking) ♫ Do you want to build a snowman? ♫ Come on let’s go and play ♫ I think some company is overdue – Oh wait, sorry. – Start over. – I have the hiccups, I can’t. – I messed it up. – You ruined it. – Okay. (knocking) ♫ Do you want to build a snowman? ♫ Come on let’s go and play ♫ I think some company Ah, you keep on messing up, wait. It’s, it’s, do you want
    to build a snowman, come on let’s go and play. I never see you anymore. – Okay. (knocking) ♫ Do you want to build a snowman ♫ Come on let’s go and play ♫ I never see you anymore ♫ Come out the door ♫ It’s like you’ve gone away ♫ We used to be best buddies ♫ And now we’re not ♫ I wish you would tell me why ♫ Do you want to build a snowman ♫ It doesn’t have to build a snowman (knocking) – [Blakeley] Go away, Anna. ♫ Okay bye (knocking) ♫ Do you want to build a snowman ♫ Or ride our bikes around the halls ♫ I think some company is overdue ♫ I started talking to
    the pictures on the wall – [Girls] Hang in there, Joan. ♫ It gets a little lonely ♫ All these empty rooms ♫ Just watching the hours tick by (clicking) ♫ Do you want to build a snowman ♫ It doesn’t have to be a snowman – Oh my gosh, they’re getting stronger. – No, don’t touch me. (humming) (knocking) ♫ Elsa I know you’re in there – I forgot the rest. – [Dad] Ready?
    – Yes. (Whihtney screaming) – [Sterling] What’s it doing? Pull it back down! (Sterling screaming) – [Whitney] I got on it! Yes! (kids playing) – [Sterling] You can’t do it! Oh! – [Dad] Girl! That was cruel and I have it on tape. (water splashing) – [Dad] 8.7 – [Whitney] What? – [Dad] Good one. – [Sterling] Cannon ball! Cannon ball. – Ready?
    – Yeah. (water splashing) – [Whitney] I’m going to see how far I can go that way, in a dive. Ready? Two, three. (water splashing) – [Whitney] You always beat me. Ah, you kicked! – [Braxton] You’re just joking aren’t you? – You do it first! – [Dad] Then how am I going to video you? – [Whitney] Oh. – [Dad] I just want to shoot you jumping off a boat from here. – [Sterling] What’s the
    worst that could happen? – [Whitney] Can’t we jump off from here? – [Dad] When mom’s not here. – [Whitney] What? – [Sterling] So we can’t? – [Dad] You probably can, Sterl. – [Whitney] Why not me? – [Dad] Well let’s see if
    Sterling survives first. Alright, everyone away.
    – Go Sterling! – [Dad] So what you need to do. – [Sterling] Suddenly I’m
    not so sure about this. – [Dad] You want to get on this one. That’s the farthest from those docks. And then you climb over, and you stand with your heels in here and you hang on, and you stand there ’till
    you get the gumption to go and then you go. – On second thought, I’m
    just gonna head down there. – [Whitney] What, you’re a chicken! Bawk, bawk, bawk, bawk! – [Sterling] I’d like to see you do it! – [Whitney] Daddy won’t let me. – He won’t?
    – No. – [Dad] Go ahead. – Really? – [Dad] I don’t think you’ll do it. – [Whitney] I will. What if I slip? – [Dad] You don’t want to slip. – [Sterling] Then you’ll die. – [Dad] But remember, I
    want you to do this one. The one that Braxton’s on. Braxton, get away form
    the one that you’re on. – [Whitney] That’s the
    closest to that boat. (mumbles) – [Whitney] I’m gonna slip. – [Dad] No, no, where you going? You gotta jump off of that thing. – Really?
    – Yeah. That’s the tough part. – [Sterling] That’s
    what makes it dangerous. – [Dad] And you should get probably a little closer to this because
    that’s more stable there. And then just make sure you
    get out there far enough. – [Whitney] How do you
    jump off of this thing? – [Dad] You just jump. Lean forward and jump. – [Whitney] I’m scared. – [Dad] Okay, you can come back. – [Whitney] I didn’t know
    we had to jump off of that. – [Dad] Yeah. – Why do we have to jump off of that? – [Dad] Because you can’t
    jump off anything else. – [Sterling] If Braxton
    does it and Whitney, then I’ll do it. Whitney, you’re bending it. – [Dad] It’s okay. Any famous last words? – [Sterling] Guys, watch this! – [Whitney] One. Countdown from five. – [Sterling] Five, four. – No, slowly! – [Dad] Five, four, three, two, one. Geronimo! (water splashing) She’s up! – That was awesome! Aw suckers, I was not a scaredy cat! – [Sterling] I’ll do it last. – [Dad] Quote her in the hospital. – [Braxton] Daddy I don’t know if I. – [Dad] You don’t have to, bud. – [Braxton] I don’t know
    if I’m good to go over. – [Dad] Want me to hold on to you while you get over? – [Sterling] I suggest you
    do that with both of us, dad. – [Dad] And it’s fine if you
    decide you don’t want to go. Make sure, Whitney’s gone. Whitney, get out of there. – [Whitney] I’m out of the water. – [Dad] You can bail if you want buddy or you can live forever in infamy. (boy screaming) (laughing) – [Braxton] I am doing that again! – [Sterling] Now I have to, don’t I? – [Dad] You have no choice, buddy. Yep, let’s wait ’till. Moving targets are gone. (laughing) – [Dad] Alright, here goes Sterling. – [Sterling] Alright, hold on. – [Dad] I got you. – [Mom] There’s no running. Let’s not jump up there. – [Dad] Okay, I’m gonna let go of you. – [Sterling] Okay. – [Braxton] Is he gonna go? – [Dad] There’s no shame in coming back. Well, a little shame. – [Braxton] Yeah! (water splashing) – [Whitney] My turn! – [Sterling] That was totally sick! – [Braxton] I know! – [Whitney] It’s awesome. – [Dad] Wait, wait ’till
    he gets on the dock before you start climbing. – [Sterling] Love you mommy! – [Whitney] Go faster! (mumbles) – [Whitney] It’s not
    higher than diving rock. – [Dad] Sometimes it is. – [Sterling] Depending
    on high the water is. – [Whitney] Right now it’s high. – [Dad] Make sure it’s clear. – [Whitney] It’s clear, I can see. – [Braxton] I can see. I kinda didn’t know what was happening. Kind of. – [Whitney] Cannon ball! – [Dad] Oh, bad idea. – [Whitney] Ow my foot! – [Braxton] Daddy, hold me. – [Dad] Wait, not ’till she’s clear. – [Braxton] Okay. – [Mom] That was like a belly flop. – [Whitney] It was a
    belly flop to my foot. – [Braxton] Belly foot. – [Sterling] Braxton,
    let’s show off those guys. You can do it! (cheering) (screaming) – Is he out?
    – Yeah. (screaming) (water splashing) – [Mom] I love you. – [Whitney] Did the sea-doo fall over? – [Dad] Yeah. – It did? – [Dad] It dumped its pilot and co-pilot. – [Man] Yeah. We had to bail out. Yes, no it didn’t go upside down because Daddy and I jumped off
    just at the last moment before it would have tipped. – [Whitney] Can you fall in with this? – [Dad] Yeah. – [Dad] You can fall on anything. – [Dad] Get off! (water splashing) – [Whitney] It’s slippery. I kicked a rock and
    now my foot’s bleeding! – [Dad] Stop kicking the rocks. – Ready?
    – Yep. (water splashing) – [Sterling] I can do that too! – [Man] Don’t hurt yourself. – [Sterling] I can do that too. – [Dad] Alright, touch your toes. (water splashing) – [Dad] Buddy, it’s up to you. (kids talking) – [Sterling] Come on, Braxton. – [Braxton] Okay, what should I do? – [Dad] Double flip! (laughing) How about a pencil dive? (water splashing) – [Man] Wow. Finally gave us a spin-around. – [Dad] Cut his line. – Can I do a flip? – [Dad] Yeah, two! – [Man] Ah, nice one Whitney! – It’s cold, hurry up. – [Dad] Alright, I’m ready. – [Whitney] Ready? – [Sterling] I’ll be right up, Dad! – [Whitney] Wait. – [Sterling] On my way up! Happy birthday, Braxton! – [Sterling] Incoming! – [Man] Death charge! (water splashing) – [Whitney] Cannon ball. – [Whitney] Ready? – [Sterling] Cannon ball. – [Dad] Yeah I’ve jumped off before. Ready, buddy, impress. Say something to me. – I’m going to do a death charge. And it’s my birthday celebration day. Here I go. (laughter) – [Whitney] That was a huge splash. I want to try a cannon ball. Or I’m gonna jump as
    far as I can in a ball. Oh my butt hurts! Ouch! (water splashing) – [Braxton] And the next
    we’ll salute, and back. (water splashing) – I’m freezing! – [Sterling] I’ll say nice
    things at your funeral! – Okay! See you in heaven. – [Braxton] You’re going to die. – Oh my God. (boat motor accelerating) – [Dad] Whoa! That was good! Whoa, whoa, whoa! Alright! (kids screaming) – [Whitney] He’s still on! He’s still on! He stayed on! He stayed on! – [Dad] Good grips buddy! (cheering) – It went all the way back. – [Braxton] I know! – [Dad] Here comes the rough! (ball bouncing) – [Dad] Uh oh. – [Whitney] Lexi’s mean! Did you see what Lexi did to Houston? – [Dad] Mmm hmm. Game over.
    – Hey dogs! – [Whitney] Doggies, look at me! Look at me! – [Dad] Oh yeah, get that ball. – [Whitney] Doggies, look what I’ve got! Look what I’ve got! – [Dad] Pass. – What?
    – Nothing. Chuck it over there. Uh oh, game over. – [Whitney] Get out of the
    bushes, out of the bushes. – [Dad] Run! – [Whitney] He’s going for the touchdown! – [Dad] Yeah there’s
    some older cheesy ones. – [Whitney] It’s like I saw
    one and the guy didn’t go, “I’m king of the world!” – [Dad] Then it wasn’t real. – I’m the king of the world! – [Dad] Your turn Whitty. Don’t fall of the front. – I’m the king of the world! – [Dad] Your turn Lexi. (laughter) – [Whitney] I’m king of the world! – [Dad] Blakeley, let me see your muscle. (laughter) – [Whitney] That looks like
    a pretty good (mumbles). – Good girl, good girl. Well done. Don’t worry about jet skis,
    they get out of your way. – [Woman] Go Whit! – [Dad] That was a 180! – [Whitney] Remember Mr. Basketball. – [Braxton] You didn’t want to name him Mr. Basketball though. – [Dad] Do you have to load that thing or is it already loaded? – [Man] That one’s ready
    to go, you just light it. (kids talking) – [Man] Yep, surprise! – [Sterling] I’m backing
    up an extra ten feet when he does it. – [Braxton] I’d go twenty. – [Girl] What is it? – [Girl] Firecrackers. – [Boy] Run! (firecrackers) (cheering) – [Boy] Boo-yah! – [Whitney] I think something bit me. – [Dad] Whoa! – [Sterling] And now, the grand finale! – [Dad] This is it, Pops, goodnight! (fireworks going off) (whistling) (cheering) (acoustic guitar)