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2015 ATA Trade Show: Don’t Forget to Register!

ATA Staff September 26, 2014

As an ATA member, you are granted access to the 2015 Trade Show in Indianapolis, Indiana, Jan. 8-10. The ATA Trade Show is the only order-writing event featuring broad and deep representation from the industry’s top manufacturers. We encourage you to cash in on the special show incentives and discounts you won’t find anywhere else! REGISTER NOW!  You must register for Show badges to attend the 2015 Trade Show before making hotel reservations. Access to hotel reservations is…

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ATA Trade Show: Play Offense

Amy Hatfield September 25, 2014

Do you view the ATA Trade Show as an expense to hold onto your turf or an investment to increase brand visibility and grow relationships?  Inc.com, the monthly business magazine focused on growing companies, recommends the latter. Or, in other words, playing offense, not defense.  “Don't just buy space and expect miracles because that's like Russian roulette," trade show coach Susan Friedmann told Inc.com. "Maybe you win, maybe you won't. It's an expensive…

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Super ATA Job Opportunity

ATA Staff September 18, 2014

Director of Information Architecture The Archery Trade Association is seeking a Director of Information Architecture to support the ATA’s innovative Archery360.com and Archerytrade.org web and social media platforms. Candidates should satisfy a set of primary and secondary responsibilities and qualifications and provide full contact information for references. Some travel is expected. Work will be from a home office in the ATA virtual private network. An interest in archery and/or bowhunting…

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Email: Your Real-Life, Hi-Tech Evil

Carolee Anita Boyles September 17, 2014

Email is essential for keeping in touch with employees, vendors, family and friends. It also can be an evil, time-suctioning pit that distracts from mandatory tasks. If your inbox is the bane of your day, try these tips to tame the email monster. 1. Change your message sort order. Most people set their inbox to show the most recent messages on top. Once a day, change the sort order to show messages by subject or by sender, and delete unwanted emails in groups instead of individually. 2. Delete first.…

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