Submit Your Nominations for the Fred Bear Communications Award

ATA Staff February 25, 2010

Submit Your Nominations for the Fred Bear Communications Award New Ulm, Minn. — Nominations are being accepted through April 30 for the POMA/ATA Fred Bear Archery & Bowhunting Communicator of the Year award. The award honors the journalist who best demonstrates the vision and commitment Bear exemplified in promoting archery and bowhunting throughout his legendary 50-year career. The online nomination form is available on the Professional Outdoor Media Association's (POMA) Web site,…

ATA Trade Show Manager Retires

ATA Staff February 3, 2010

ATA Trade Show Manager Retires New Ulm, MINN. - The Archery Trade Association is preparing to say goodbye to its Trade Show manager Cindy Brophy, who recently announced her decision to retire after seven years with the ATA. "I'm at a point where I want to take a break and focus more on the important things in life," said Brophy. "I look forward to spending more time relaxing at our cabin with family and friends." Brophy also confessed she was excited to dive into the Christmas…

Trade Show Attendees Save Time, Energy, Money

ATA Staff February 3, 2010

ATA Attendees Save Time, Energy, Money at 2010 Trade Show COLUMBUS, OHIO - Business owners who attended the 2010 ATA Trade Show, Jan. 13-15, in Columbus, Ohio, discovered the event's cost-saving opportunities and incentives were a difference maker and, in many cases, offset the expense to attend. The Archery Trade Association's campaign to incentivize the Show included a coupon book for retailers valued at more than $5,000 in savings, various discounts provided exclusively to ATA Trade Show…

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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