Trade News

Whether you help support manufacturing, retail, or distribution in the archery and bowhunting industry, we cover it all, keeping you on track for continued success.

The 2018 Parker Bows Rewards Program lets qualified Parker retailers earn free gear and the chance for $1,000 cash.

When Tyler Chu arrived at Washington State University, he found he had nowhere to shoot a bow. That was something he was determined to change.

Think the crossbow industry needs standards? You’re not alone. The North American Crossbow Federation is set to hold a meeting to establish those standards.

If you’re heading to the Lancaster Archery Classic, make sure to carve out some time to meet your favorite pro archers.

The stage is set for the 15th annual Lancaster Archery Classic, Jan. 26-28, at Spooky Nook Sports, 75 Champ Blvd., Manheim, PA. About 1,500 archers from more than a dozen countries around the world will compete in this unique tournament for over $160,000 in cash and prizes from Lancaster Archery Supply, plus another $190,000 in …

Kinsey’s has been considering opening a second warehouse for many years, which would allow the distributor to serve existing customers better and reach new markets with faster service. To that end, Kinsey’s recently acquired Pape’s Inc., which now gives Kinsey’s the ability to reach a majority of whitetail states in a one- or two-day shipping …

The Archery Trade Association has chosen Matt Kormann of Marietta, Georgia, as its next president/CEO after a nationwide executive search.

Archers and bowhunters alike are familiar with the frustration of losing an arrow. A company called Breadcrumb has solved that problem.

Department of Interior looks to public-private partnerships to improve infrastructure on public lands, committed to keeping public land public and “right-sizing” public-land hunting.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has informed Cabela’s it has concluded its investigation of Bass Pro’s $4.2 billion buyout and has given the deal the official go-ahead.