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…

ATA Eyes Europe’s Bowhunting Potential

ATA Staff December 17, 2009

ATA Eyes Europe's Bowhunting Potential NEW ULM, Minn. — The Archery Trade Association recently provided $15,000 in grants to the European Bowhunting Association (EBA) to help the EBA expand or create bowhunting opportunities in Italy, Russia, Bulgaria and other countries across the Old World. The EBA is a grassroots organization with active members in 18 of Europe's 26 countries. Jay McAninch, the ATA's CEO/president; and Michelle Zeug, ATA director of archery and bowhunting programs,…

Explore Bowhunting Receives Funding

ATA Staff October 5, 2009

ATA Receives Funding, Set to Launch Explore Bowhunting NEW ULM, Minn. — For those young people — the vast majority of America’s youth — who have never walked the woods during an early morning hunt, spotted the tracks of a white-tailed deer or heard the calls of a wild turkey, there is a hands-on, educational program known as Explore Bowhunting set to introduce outdoor experiences like these. The curriculum will reach students early next year thanks in part to $267,000 recently…

ATA Funds Archery Position

ATA Staff September 17, 2009

ATA Funds Archery Position at $60 Million Shooting Park NEW ULM, Minn. – Nevada’s $60 million Clark County Shooting Park in northwest Las Vegas was recently dedicated at an event the Archery Trade Association (ATA) helped sponsor. The park is expected to become a center for archery and bowhunting growth in southern Nevada due, in part, to the ATA’s commitment to fund an archery coordinator position at the park’s education center. The ATA contributed $40,000 this year and…

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