Return of Kinsey’s Dealer Show and Other Industry News

Kinsey’s Dealer Show returns in 2023; Pope and Young announces P&Y Convention speakers; and USA Archery completes major rebranding.

Return of Kinsey’s Dealer Show and Other Industry News

Kinsey’s Dealer Show Returns in 2023

The annual Kinsey’s Inc. Dealer Show will return for 2023 (KDS23). The event will run for 3 days from February 17-19, 2023, and be held at the Hershey Lodge in Hershey, Pennsylvania.

The industry-renowned trade show will continue to offer dealers exclusive deals and great giveaways throughout the show. Last year’s show attendees saved up to 42% off everyday prices.

KDS23 offers dealers the opportunity to save on products that helps to maximize their margins and contribute to their business’s bottom line from more than 250 leading brands. Dealers also have the ability to program their show orders with industry leading ship dates starting with ASAP shipments through August 1, depending on the item category.

Attendees of KDS23 will get to experience all of the show staples, which include the Hot Shows, Vendor and Dealer interactions, giveaways, and more. One of the most memorable parts of each year’s dealer show is the Dealer Appreciation Night Concert. This year’s concert will feature rising country star, and Hershey native, Warren Zeiders.

Kinsey’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing Justin Gorman said, “KDS 2023 is set up to be a massive success. Supply chains are finally catching up which will allow dealers to accurately take advantage of our industry leading terms and ship windows. This year’s vendor participation sets a record, which means more brands and more deals for participation dealers. We look forward to seeing everyone at another tremendous show!”

Dealer registration for the show is open until Feb. 10, 2023. Registration is restricted to dealers who have a registered Kinsey Account. New dealers can attend the show, but must first apply by downloading the application at


Pope and Young Announces Convention Speakers

Pope and Young recently announced the first of its all-star lineup of guests and speakers for the 33rd Biennial Convention taking place in Reno, Nevada, April 12-15, 2023. The Pope and Young Convention has always been a place to come and meet with some of the best bowhunters on the planet, and this year is no exception.

With a large selection of seminars, coming from some of the most accomplished bowhunters, there is something for bowhunters of all levels. This year’s lineup includes the team from Raised Hunting, Allen Bolen, Anders Gejer, CJ Winand, Dennis Dunn, Frank Noska, Bob Ameen, Brendan Burns, John Barklow and more. In addition, many of the long-standing Pope and Young corporate partners, such as Sitka, KUIU, FeraDyne, and Bakcou E-Bikes, will be in attendance to help educate and outfit new and experienced hunters alike.

Convention attendees will have the opportunity to share hunting stories with fellow bowhunters including Chuck Adams. John Dudley, Tom Miranda, Tom Nelson and more.

For more information or to register now, click here.


USA Archery Announces Rebrand

USA Archery, the national governing body for the sport of archery, has completed a major rebranding of the organizational logo. The release of the new brand logo (below) aligns with significant growth, organizational evolution, and continued competitive excellence that is taking place at USA Archery. This rebrand comes at an important time as USA Archery aims to significantly grow the sport leading up to and through the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Los Angeles, California.

The new brand logo is rooted in archery’s history of innovation, inclusivity, and community. This clean and modern logo represents those ideals and the USA Archery community will work together and strive to make it meaningful.

USA Archery has seen significant growth over the past several years in membership, event attendance, and grassroots participation. Additionally, USA Archery is preparing for continued competitive excellence at the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Paris, France, and here at home for the 2028 Games in Los Angeles. This growth and future outlook necessitate an equally meaningful progression of how USA Archery is presented to the membership, the archery community, and new audiences.

USA Archery CEO Rod Menzer said, “With the unveiling of the new logo, USA Archery reaffirms the organizations commitment to honoring tradition and the rich history of the sport, all while moving towards an even brighter future. At the heart of our efforts is the USA Archery community.”

The new brand logo will be rolled out across USA Archery’s website, social media accounts, merchandise, communications, the member portal, and at events. Visit the USA Archery Rebrand Microsite to explore the new brand and get answers to important questions.


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