ATA’s Archery Academy Shifts Focus from Information to Profitable Implementation
The ATA’s Archery Academy centers on helping retailers and program leaders become certified archery instructors, and provides participants many options for next-step programming that keeps new archers and bowhunters coming back for more.
World Cup Competition Comes to Easton’s Salt Lake Center
The Archery World Cup returns to the United States after a multi-year absence, landing at the Easton Salt Lake Archery Center in Utah, June 21-25.
I Want My Archery Instructor Certification. But Which Level is Right For Me?
The USA Archery instructor-certification program offers five certification levels, but retailers receive many benefits simply by earning Level 1 and Level 2 certifications.
World Archery and ATA Sign 4-Year MOU to Collaborate on International Growth Initiatives
World Archery and the Archery Trade Association have formalized an agreement to collaborate on shared goals in the lead-up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
ATA’s Explore Bowfishing Program Gains Traction at 2017 ATA Trade Show
Explore Bowfishing is the ATA’s latest educational program, and helps instructors, educators and program leaders teach youths basic bowfishing skills.
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.
Outdoor REC Act Recognizes Bowhunting, Archery are Vital to US Economy
The Outdoor Recreation Jobs and Economic Impact Act, now public law 114-249, recognizes outdoor recreation as a vital part of the U.S. economy.