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ATA Trade Show Survey Says: Indy!

Carolee Anita Boyles May 8, 2014

The results are in and ATA members have spoken: They like Indianapolis best for the ATA Trade Show. Following a Trade Show week in early January beset by subzero temperatures, slippery highways and canceled flights, the ATA hired Responsive Management to survey ATA members to learn where they prefer to have the annual ATA Trade Show. Responsive Management asked 408 retailers two questions: “Of these four cities — Indianapolis, Nashville, Columbus and Louisville — which city would…

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ATA Signs Multi-Year Deal with Indy for ATA Show

Shannon Rikard May 6, 2014

The ATA Trade Show will be held in Indianapolis for seven of the next nine years, beginning in 2015. ATA President/CEO Jay McAninch signed the long-term deal during a ceremony April 25 in Indianapolis. More specifically, McAninch signed two contracts – with Visit Indy and the Indiana Convention Center – to hold the Show in Indy in 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2020 to 2023. Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard attended the ceremony to voice his support for ATA’s commitment to Indianapolis and…

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ATA Board Honors Scholes, Outtech

Patrick Durkin May 5, 2014

The ATA Board of Directors honored Outtech President Jay Scholes and his team with a “Special Recognition Award” in April for their dedication to growing the archery industry and making their “Innovations” party the can’t-miss kickoff of the ATA Trade Show since 1999. Jay McAninch, president/CEO of the Archery Trade Association; and Scott Shultz, ATA Board president and owner of Robinson Outdoor Products, presented the award April 8 to Scholes in Minneapolis at…

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Microsoft Issues Security Warning and Fix for Internet Explorer

Kelly Hotovec May 1, 2014

Microsoft recently announced that its Internet Explorer (IE) browser has a major security flaw that could allow hackers to slip malicious code into commonly used websites. The vulnerability exploits Adobe Flash and could allow hackers to download apps, install malware, create new user accounts, change or delete stored data, and generally use the system as their own.

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