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Pandemic Concerns Halt 2021 ATA Show

Archery Trade Association will hold virtual event in its place, with plans to resume in-person show at Louisville's Kentucky Exposition Center in 2022.

Pandemic Concerns Halt 2021 ATA Show

When Petersen’s Bowhunting editor Christian Berg and crew packed up last January in downtown Indianapolis, there were a lot of smiles after a week of hard week covering all that was new in the world of bowhunting for the year 2020.

Against that backdrop, the Bowhunting crew headed for the Indy airport, having every reason to believe that they’d be back a year later in January 2021 to see what else the bowhunting industry could cook up and show off on the show floor of the spacious Indiana Convention Center. It was to be the 25th anniversary edition of the Archery Trade Show.

Unfortunately, that was then and this is now, and the COVID-19 pandemic...

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