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Don’t Miss These Customer Appreciation Events!

Shannon Rikard December 18, 2013

The 2014 ATA Trade Show is your opportunity to see the archery industry’s newest and best products. Meanwhile, the Hudalla and Outtech sales-rep groups take advantage of the Show to thank their valued dealers.  Mark your calendar for these three customer-appreciation events at the Trade Show: 1) Hudalla Pre-Show Event Sunday, Jan. 5, 1 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Features: New product sneak peek, open forums and presentations by Bear Archery, Excalibur Crossbows and Ozonics. 2) Outtech Innovations…

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Nebraska Shooting Facility on Schedule

Patrick Durkin December 18, 2013

Bowhunters and target archers around Lincoln, Neb., will soon be shooting in a first-class 32-lane indoor shooting facility now under construction. That’s according to a recent article in the Lincoln Journal Star. Mitch King, director of government relations for the Archery Trade Association (ATA), said the shooting center is a great example of proactive work by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. “Nebraska is a national leader in efforts to grow archery and bowhunting,” King…

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Archery Skills Help Students in the Classroom

Shannon Rikard December 18, 2013

Mastering archery requires skill, concentration and perseverance. It’s a sport that’s fun, but also allows participants of any age or skill level to compete against others or challenge themselves individually. The sport has long helped archers gain confidence and physical strength, but two Texas teachers have discovered archery also helps students with math. Mike Duncan and Raeann Melvin, who teach physical education at Nolanville Elementary School in Nolanville, Texas, started an archery…

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ATA Introduces ‘Native’ App for 2014 Trade Show

Shannon Rikard December 16, 2013

The 2014 ATA Trade Show promises to be the best ever, with more than 525 booths on the Show floor and plenty to see and do Jan. 6-8 in Nashville. You can keep track of everything Show-related with the ATA’s new, “native” app, which works without Internet access. This free mobile app is available for download in the iTunes App Store for iPhones and iPads, and on Google Play for Android devices. Search for the app using "Archery Trade Association" or "2014…

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