Ellig Joins Easton, Zelenovic and Vaicunas on ATA Board

ATA Staff February 11, 2011

NEW ULM, Minn. - Mike Ellig of Black Gold Sights will join incumbents Greg Easton, Tom Zelenovic and Paul Vaicunas on the ATA Board of Directors when their three-year terms begin April 1, 2011. Ellig will fill the Board seat held the past three years by David White, president and CEO of Cajun Archery. White will not to seek re-election, and his term ends March 31. Easton, president of Easton Technical Products, was elected to the Board in 2008, and has served as Board vice-chair the past three years.…

ATA Trade Show Partners With Chevrolet, Outside Hub

ATA Staff December 23, 2010

New Ulm, Minn. - The Archery Trade Association is pleased to announce Chevrolet and Outside Hub as co-title sponsors of the 2011 ATA Trade Show, January 6-8 in Indianapolis. "We're proud to welcome Chevrolet and Outside Hub to the ATA Trade Show as our co-title sponsors," said Jay McAninch, ATA President/CEO. "Chevy is synonymous with America, hometown businesses and the rugged entrepreneurial spirit that the archery and bowhunting industry represents while Outside Hub is the…

Walston Now Represents Wildgame Innovations on ATA Board

ATA Staff August 25, 2010

New Ulm, Minn. -Mike Walston, began his three-year term on the ATA Board as the chief operating officer of Lone Wolf Portable Treestands, and will continue serving on the Board as a representative for Wildgame Innovations. Walston was recently name chief operating officer for Synergy Outdoors who owns Wildgame Innovations, Barnett Crossbows and several other archery and bowhunting industry companies. After Walston stepped down, Lone Wolf resigned the Board seat which, according to the ATA bylaws,…

ATA Board Stands Behind Members-Only Show

ATA Staff July 19, 2010

New Ulm, Minn. - At a recent Board meeting in Washington, DC, ATA Board members reviewed their decision to make the 2011 Trade Show a members-only event and chose to stay the course. The 2011 Trade Show will be a members-only Show, but with provisions. "The provisions made are rooted in the recognition that there are different degrees of value to each of the ATA member categories," said Jay McAninch, ATA CEO/president. "That was central to the Board's discussions and the outcome…

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