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The Cavalry Has Arrived
By appointing Robert Lighthizer the U.S. trade representative, President Trump confirmed what many expected: that his administration will take a hard pro-American line on trade issues.
ATA Board Works to Boost Business
The Archery Trade Association’s Board of Directors is working on several fronts to boost bowhunting and archery business and participation in 2017 and beyond.
Does the Federal Excise Tax Apply to Bowstrings? YES – Just Ask the IRS
In the early 1970s, with support from archery manufacturers, the Pittman-Robertson Act’s requirements were extended to the first sale of bows, arrows and specified archery accessories, including bowstrings.
ATA ePRO Solves 12 Archery Retailing Issues
ATA ePRO boosts profits by being an "archery shop in a box."
ATA Retailer Opportunity: We’re Taking Our Programs on the Road!
ATA staff will be on site at Kinsey’s Dealer Show and the National Archery Buyers Association Trade Show to demonstrate the ATA’s profit-building member programs.
ATA Offers Skills to Teach Archery, Engage Community in Alaska
Kelly Modla, an officer with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Alaska, attended an ATA program to learn to teach archery and engage her community.
Kurt Weber Retiring from ATA
Kurt Weber, the Archery Trade Association’s marketing director, will retire March 31 from the post he has held since joining the ATA as a consultant in 2009.