The Year’s Top 10 Bow Sights

ATA Staff January 22, 2013

Petersen's Bowhunting stopped by the 2013 ATA Trade Show and reviewed 10 new bow sights for Archery Time."One of the big trends that emerged from the 2013 Archery Trade Association Show in Louisville, Ky., was the advent of super light bow sights with simple but highly effective new technologies."Check out the full story and product photos here.

New Archery Products from the 2013 ATA Trade Show

ATA Staff January 22, 2013

The ATA Trade Show is the place for companies to premier their new products, and the 2013 Show didn't disappoint. Realtree Pro Staff members tested many new products and reported their findings for Archery Time. "The staff has been on the show floor all day shooting and reviewing the newest bows, crossbows, arrows, sights, rests, broadheads and other archery accessories. We didn't have time to hit every booth, but we covered a bunch of them. Here's what we found."…

Five Creative Marketing Campaigns from the 2013 ATA Trade Show

ATA Staff January 22, 2013

Some bowhunting enthusiasts liken the ATA Trade Show to Christmas, with its exciting atmosphere and all the new toys to see and try. But as Bowhunter Magazine reported for Archery Time, the presentation is often as important as the toys. "At the 2013 ATA Show in Louisville, Ky., Bowhunter was on hand to watch as all the big players revealed their flagship products for the new year. And there was a lot to see, as companies like BowTech pulled out all the stops for their new Experience bow. Custom…

ATA Trade Show Puts Archery Innovation on Display

ATA Staff January 16, 2013

NEW ULM, Minn. - The culmination of a year's worth of archery innovations and pop culture curiosity occupied a record-breaking 189,324 square feet of floor space at the 2013 Archery Trade Association's (ATA) Trade Show in Louisville, Ky., Jan. 7-9. A total of 531 exhibitors - up 4 percent from last year - covered the Kentucky Exposition Center's floor like a quilted blanket with hundreds of squares, each self-contained, yet unified as a whole. And the whole? It was altogether intoxicating…

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