Honor Those Who Tell Our Story
At the 2010 ATA Trade Show, legendary bowhunter and journalist Dwight Schuh was named the recipient of the POMA/ATA Fred Bear Archery and Bowhunting Communicator Award. Had his peers not nominated him, one of the most accomplished writers in our industry would have gone without deserving recognition.
He has made his living telling the stories of our sport. And he is not alone. Those who communicate the archery and bowhunting story and who are committed to these sports are an integral part of our past, present and future. Please ensure they are recognized for what they do for the industry.
Submit Your Nomination by April 30
Nominations are being accepted online through April 30. The award honors the journalist who best demonstrates the vision and commitment Bear exemplified in promoting archery and bowhunting throughout his legendary 50-year career.
Did You Know?
Through the efforts of the ATA staff and expertise, state agencies are using federal excise tax dollars (known as Federal Aid or Pittman-Robertson funds) to establish school, after-school and community archery programs.