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Has Media Hype Translated Into True Archery Interest?

Shannon Rikard June 7, 2013

Images of the just-released "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" victory tour posters began circulating on the Web this earlier this year, feeding the frenzy for the movie, which won't hit theaters until Nov. 22, 2013. It's a frenzy already fueled by "The Hunger Games" and "Brave" opening in theaters, archery being NBC's number-one cable ratings winner during the London Olympics, and "Revolution" and "Arrow" hitting their mark on TV. But has media hype translated into true archery interest?

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FTC Halts Scam Targeting Trade Show Exhibitors

Patrick Durkin April 24, 2013

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has stopped an alleged scam by Construct Data/Fair Guide that tried to get ATA Trade Show exhibitors to pay $1,717 annually to be included in an online "exhibitor directory" that had no connection to the Show This effort by Construct Data/Fair Guide doesn't exclusively focus on ATA Trade Show exhibitors. It targets retailers, local associations, home-based businesses and others that exhibit at any number of trade shows in North America. The company…

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Register, Reserve Hotel Rooms Beginning June 3

ATA Staff April 16, 2013

NEW ULM, Minn. - ATA members can register for the 2014 ATA Trade Show and capitalize on deeply discounted room rates within the ATA hotel block, when both services open June 3 at www.archerytrade.org. To assure ATA members have all the information needed to go online and register for the Show and book rooms, the ATA will provide communication with instructions and passcode prior to June 3. This combo registration streamlines the process, allowing ATA members to take care of both tasks at the same…

New Release Aid from Equalizer Archery

ATA Staff January 22, 2013

Goat Tuff Products is offering its new Equalizer Archery Release Aid, which can increase arrow speed without having to increase draw weight. Archery Time reports on this revolutionary new product. "The Equalizer was designed by Ric Clark for short draw archers or those that have had to shoot lower poundages due to age or injury," said Jerry Smith, president of Goat Tuff. "These archers were pretty much stuck with the performance of their bow due to draw length and weight limitations.…

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