Seminars Offer Sponsorship Opportunities
The ATA has assumed full control and responsibility for the ATA Trade Show's popular morning seminar series, which has enjoyed increasingly strong attendance, including a record 1,132, up 19 percent from 949 in 2008 in Indianapolis.
Since assuming this responsibility, the ATA has renamed the seminars program the Archery Trade Academy, and is offering it as a high-profile sponsorship opportunity. "We have completely overhauled the seminars program to add significantly more value and exposure for our sponsors," said Kurt Weber, ATA's consultant on brand management. "Four of the past six years, these seminars have drawn more than 900 attendees, so this is a great way to get your name in front of the industry's most savvy dealers."
Those interested in learning more about sponsorship opportunities for the Archery Trade Academy should call Weber at (717) 858-2451. Click here to view the 2010 sponsorship brochure.
Special Thanks to Early Birds
The ATA extends a special thanks to all exhibiting companies that have already made commitments to the new Big Buck Tags program, and/or secured special sponsorships for the January 2010 show.
"Several sponsorship opportunities remain available, but it's been great to see so many companies support these programs so early," said Kurt Weber, ATA's consultant on brand management.
Big Buck Tags replaces previous programs such as The Real Deal and Dealer Bucks. By offering discount tags to all retail shops when they pick up their registration packets at the Trade Show, exhibitors expect to generate more traffic to their booths during the 2010 event.
Did You Know?
The ATA provided $40,000 to fund marketing research conducted by the Ohio Division of Wildlife, which used prize drawings to persuade bowhunters to purchase more antlerless deer permits.