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6 ATA Trade Show Attendees Emerge As Winners

Katelyn Rutland March 5, 2015

ATA Trade Show attendees who visited the Retail Archery Academy had the opportunity to participate in six prize drawings. Participants who completed the Academy survey were entered in a drawing for one of four $150 Visa gift cards or a kiosk system and free, three-month access to Archery-ProShop.com. Winner of Archery-ProShop.com Ross Landsborough, Triggers and Bows Winners of $150 Vista Gift Card Duane Fox, Plum Creek Archery Carrie Hookstead, Hunt-N-Gear Larry Miller, Miller’s Gun Supply…

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Meetings Set for 2016 Trade Show Sponsorship Opportunities

ATA Staff March 3, 2015

Companies wishing to secure sponsorship opportunities for the 2016 ATA Trade Show are meeting Kurt Weber, ATA Director of Marketing, in Louisville at the Kentucky Exposition Center for individual walk-through meetings March 16 - 18. If interested in sponsoring the 2016 Show, ATA-member companies can also schedule a conference call to identify and secure sponsorship assets. Companies wishing to schedule an appointment by phone or on site can call (717) 858-2451, or email Kurt…

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Great Booth Space Doesn’t Start Here

ATA Staff February 20, 2015

Booth selection for the 2016 ATA Trade Show in Louisville, Ky. will begin April 21.  The selection process is based on the ATA Preference Points Ranking System. All booth selections are completed by phone with an ATA representative according to an established call appointment schedule. Booth selection information, including the company's assigned date, will be mailed to Trade Show contacts in March. New or returning companies with less than 10 preference points will be allowed…

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The ATA Trade Show Funds Archery and Bowhunting Summits: Why it Matters

Shannon Rikard February 4, 2015

The ATA Trade Show is, by far, the Archery Trade Association’s most publicized event, one that’s been called “Christmas morning for archers and bowhunters.” But one of the Show’s goals is less about “presents,” and more about the archery industry’s future. “The trade show model is designed to accomplish two different goals,” said ATA CEO/President Jay McAninch. “One facet of the Show must meet today’s business needs and…

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