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.

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.

ScentLok Technologies, a leading manufacturer in the scent-controlled clothing arena, is excited to announce its acquisition of Robinson Outdoor Products. The transaction was finalized earlier today and includes all assets of Robinson Outdoors, including ScentBlocker, ScentShield, Tree Spider and Whitewater Outdoors products and brands, as well as all patents and intellectual properties. “The Robinson portfolio …

The new site offers quick and easy access to essential information on the company’s comprehensive line of arrows, crossbow bolts and other archery accessories.

FeraDyne Outdoors, LLC, announced Tuesday that the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has issued a powerful General Exclusion Order (GEO), protecting FeraDyne’s popular and innovative Rage line of broadheads from foreign patent and trademark infringers.

Lancaster Archery, the world’s largest archery supplier, is currently seeking talented archery enthusiasts to join its team.

Members of the Archery Trade Association (ATA) talk to key archery and bowhunting industry leaders at it’s annual trade show, held January 10-12, 2017. This year, we also share the viewpoints of several ATA members on crossbows and how they’ve impacted the bowhunting community and industry.