Recreation Leaders Ask Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to Help Grow Industry and Participation
ATA Advocates for Archery and Bowhunting Companies on Counterfeiting Issues
NABA and ARRO Buyer Groups Earn Seats on ATA Board of Directors
The Archery Trade Association’s Board of Directors voted unanimously July 11-12 to add two seats to the Board to represent buying groups. The National Archery Buyers Association and Archery Range and Retailers Organization will fill those seats, giving their members a direct voice in ATA matters.
New Amtrak Policy Allows Archery Equipment on Trains
ATA Partnered with Congressman Woodall of Georgia and Archery Organizations to Advocate for Change
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke Touts Increased Partnerships, Celebrates American-Made Products
ATA President and CEO Jay McAninch and members of the Outdoor Recreation Industry Roundtable met with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and other senior federal officials at the U.S. Department of the Interior to discuss how the use of public-private partnerships can help improve visitor experiences on America’s public lands and waters.
National Deer Alliance Recognizes Jay McAninch for Vital Service to the Industry at Annual Summit
The National Deer Alliance recently recognized Jay McAninch, ATA president/CEO and chairman of the NDA Board of Directors, with an award for his strong leadership, which was integral in positioning the NDA to do important policy work.
ATA Members Speak: Growing Sales and Adapting to Change
When we talk to ATA members, one of the most important issues they face is how to grow sales in a rapidly evolving market.
ATA Retail Council Elects New Members
The Archery Trade Association’s Retail Council has recently elected new members. The Council, led by members of the ATA Board of Directors, meets monthly to discuss pressing issues that ATA member-retailers are facing.