Even though the 2014 ATA Trade Show had left town weeks before, it inspired a caption-writing contest Feb. 14 for readers of the Nashville Business Journal’s “Biz Blog.” Eric Snyder, managing editor of the Journal, asked readers to create a caption for a photo showing workers rolling up carpet Jan. 8 as the ATA Trade Show closed down at the Music City Center. Snyder asked readers to create a good caption for the photo, or speculate what the workers were saying as they kicked the carpet roll down the aisle. We’ll try to track down the Journal’s winning entry to share with you.
Retailers: Boost Your Bottom Line With ATA Benefits
The Member Services Area on the Trade Show floor highlights the many ATA-member programs now working to grow your business.
ATA Makes Bowhunting and Archery Relevant on Capitol Hill with Outdoor Recreation Initiative
Members of the Outdoor Recreation Industry Roundtable held briefings March 7 for the Senate and House of Representatives. These industry leaders are working with lawmakers to ensure archery, bowhunting, fishing, shooting and other fun activities keep generating large economic impacts.
ATA Trade Show: Helping ATA Members Focus on Business – and Grow Bowhunting
Each year the Archery Trade Association hosts the ATA Trade Show to help its members conduct uninterrupted business with like-minded, archery-loving professionals. But to keep that dream a reality, attendees must comply with the Show’s business-first rules.