Bowhunters Hall Of Fame Inducts Two New Members

Bowhunters Hall Of Fame Inducts Two New Members

Wayne Carlton of CamoWest and Wayne Carlton Calls and archery enthusiast Chuck Jordan were the newest inductees at this year's Bowhunter Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony this past February in Las Vegas, NV. Dave Gordon of Gordon Glass and Ray Browne of BCY Fibers helped to make the evening possible as well as the President of the NFAA, Bruce Cull, who provided the space known as the "Top of the Riv", a penthouse at the top of the Riviera Hotel and Casino for the evening event.

Chuck Jordan began his career in the archery industry in 1974 with ProLine Archery. After a stint at Darton Archery, Chuck helped form Midwest Marketing. 1n 1998, Chuck landed at Bohning Archery as their National Sales Manager.


Wayne Carlton began his career of helping archery hunters with his turkey and elk calls, along with his other bowhunting aids and hunting videos. Besides being an accomplished singer, he is also a Life and Board Member of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and the National Wild Turkey Federation. Wayne is currently hosting the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation TV show, "Elk Country Journal".



For more information about both inductees and the Bowhunters Hall Of Fame, check out www.bowhuntershalloffame.com; or call (559) 332-2535.


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