December 29, 2015
The 2016 ATA Show will kick off on January 5th in Louisville's Kentucky Exposition Center. With 229,000-square-feet of booth space and over 600 exhibitors, this year's show is sure to be jam-packed with new gear designed expressly for the archery aficionado.
The Archery Trade Association is expecting this year's attendees to number well over the 9,000 mark. According to this projection, we can safely say that on Jan, 5 to 7, the 2016 ATA Show will be home to the most archery and bowhunting enthusiasts under one roof, anywhere.
ATA Show 2016 - Louisville or Bust
Driven by a passion for the bow and arrow (and the gear associated with it) the 2016 ATA Show will draw a diverse crowd. From archery shop owners, bowhunters, target archers, outdoor media and archery related manufacturers, attendees will take part in the ATA Show for a number of reasons. And no matter the motive for showing up in Louisville, all are sure to enjoy this year's comprehensive agenda of celebrity appearances, seminars, and gear demonstrations.
Times and place of these events can be found at Archerytrade.org or by downloading the 2016 ATA Show mobile app.
Full Coverage of the 2016 ATA Show
Petersen's Bowhunting will once again be providing complete coverage of the 2016 ATA Show. Our staff will be on the prowl for the best in bowhunting products, along with providing video, images and articles detailing what's new in bowhunting gear.
Look for coverage of new flagship bows from companies such as Hoyt, Elite, PSE, Mathews, Bowtech, Bear, Prime, Obsession and more. We'll also be taking an in-depth look at new products such as, arrows, broadheads, arrow rests, hunting clothing, and archery related accessories.
For complete coverage of the 2016 ATA Show visit here.
Show Attendees Don't Miss This
If you plan on attending the 2016 ATA Show, make sure and stop by the Outdoor Sportsman Group (Booth 4045) and pick up a copy of the 2016 Gear Guide presented by Petersen's Bowhunting.
Because he knows how much bowhunters and archers appreciate seeing what's new the world of gear, Christian Berg, editor of Petersen's Bowhunting has dedicated 96 pages to what's new in the archery industry for 2016. This year's Gear Guide is chock-full of new and innovative products from your favorite manufacturers. And best of all, if you're an ATA attendee, the Gear Guide is free for the asking.
If you're headed to Louisville, we hope to see you at the show. If not, the Petersen's Bowhunting staff is excited to bring to you the latest news from the 2016 ATA Show, right here.
From what we've observed so far, it looks as though 2016 will be another great year for the archery industry.