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Thanks to financial support from partners such as Bass Pro Shops and the Archery Trade Association, individual membership in the National Deer Affiance is free.
Take, for example, my trip to the annual Archery Trade Association show in Nashville, Tennessee, last January.
He also looked at data from the Archery Trade Association (ATA) to verify the bowhunting and archery market in his area was substantial enough to support an archery business there.
AMO becomes the Archery Trade Association (ATA), a recognizable name that is now in its twelth year of operation,
The Archery Trade Association (ATA) has signed a deal with the city of Indianapolis to hold its annual show at the city's Indiana Convention Center for seven out of the next nine years, exclusive of 2016 and 2019.
According to the manufacturer, the Ultimate Anatomy Organ Buck's public debut will come at the 2014 Archery Trade Association show, which is set for Jan.
So given Wing Archery's status--at its height the company was shipping over 300 bows a day--it was only natural that Bob Lee would be it in setting industry standards and aiding in the development of the Archery Manufacturers and Dealers Association, which would later evolve into today's Archery Trade Association (ATA).
The Sunday hunting coalition includes the National Shooting Sports Foundation, National Rifle Association, Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation, Archery Trade Association, Boone and Crockett Club, Cabela's, Delta Waterfowl, Mule Deer Foundation, National Assembly of Sportsmen's Caucuses, Pheasants Forever, Quail Forever, Quality Deer Management Association, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Safari Club International, U.