The ATA aids its members by improving communication and business interactions among and between industry members, and by growing, protecting and promoting archery and bowhunting. Its membership includes manufacturers, retailers, distributors, sales representatives and others working in the archery and bowhunting industry.
In these pages ATA members can learn more about benefits, download membership applications, tap into industry resources, and find exclusive member-only information and tools.
"The ATA strives to be a vital supporter of member businesses, primarily through our annual trade show and through actions involving the federal excise tax, legislative and regulatory issues,” said Jay McAninch, ATA President/CEO. “At the same time, our organization is looking toward the future by developing, implementing and funding programs to increase participation in archery and bowhunting."
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ATA membership has averaged around 2,100 in recent years after hitting a low of 505 in 2000 when it was known as the Archery Manufacturers and Merchants Organization, or AMO. ATA membership nearly doubled by 2003 to about 950 members, and has shown consistent growth throughout this decade.
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Georgia Southern University (GSU) and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources are working to gain funding for an archery facility at GSU.