Houston Academy Targets New Archers

ATA Staff July 20, 2010

New Ulm, Minn. —The Houston, Texas Parks and Recreation Department wants to spin its own sort of web. A really big web, one that will grow day by day and eventually span the entire city. The aim? To grab the attention of young people and allow archery to snag their interests in the country's fourth largest city. Construction of such a web began May 5-7 when 14 employees of the city's Park and Recreation Department completed the Archery Trade Association's (ATA) first-ever Archery…

Massachusetts Students to Benefit from ATA Grant

ATA Staff June 9, 2010

Massachusetts Students to Benefit from ATA Grant NEW ULM, MINN. - Hundreds of students from ten schools in Massachusetts will have a new target to shoot for when classes resume next fall. Thanks to a $15,000 grant from the Archery Trade Association (ATA) to the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MDFW), students in those schools will have the opportunity to participate in archery as part of the regular curriculum. The ATA works with state agencies to promote archery in both schools…

Cullman Community Archery Park: One Year Later

ATA Staff May 20, 2010

Cullman Community Archery Park: One Year Later New Ulm, MINN. - When movie character Ray Kinella hears a voice from his cornfield say, "If you build it, he will come," the Iowa farmer played by Kevin Costner believes he is being told to turn his cornfield into a baseball diamond. To the astonishment of his neighbors, he does just that. His dream of creating a country ballpark eventually comes true and crowds are drawn to the "Field of Dreams." When the ADWFF and the City of Cullman,…

ATA Trade Show Revenue Helps Fund Archery and Bowhunting

ATA Staff January 22, 2010

ATA Trade Show Revenue Helps Fund Archery and Bowhunting COLUMBUS, OHIO — The ATA Trade Show is the only archery and bowhunting show that dedicates net revenues to fund archery and bowhunting programs, projects and industry growth. This means every company that attended the 2010 Show made an investment in its own future. "Such funding wouldn't be possible if the ATA didn't own and operate the Trade Show," said Jay McAninch, ATA's CEO/president. "Before the ATA took…

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