BOWTECH Archery plans more exciting products

December 19, 2013

There are two types of companies in the bow manufacturer and bow accessories arena: Those that eat and those that get eaten. Since jumping on the scene in 1999, BOWTECH Archery, based in Eugene, Oregon, has been an eater. Quickly making a name for itself in the archery industry through its technological innovation, BOWTECH is known for its state-of-the-art technologies that improve bow and shooter performance. When you foot the bill for a BOWTECH bow or accessory item, you can believe that you¹re investing in a durable, reliable, and technologically advanced rig that will meet and exceed your expectations.

Adding a dash of "sugar" to this already sweet cake is BOWTECH's motto, "Refuse to Follow." It's catchy. It's witty. But more than being just another cool phrase, the motto has become the backbone of the company. BOWTECH and its employees want to do things positive things that set them apart from the crowd. BOWTECH has taken its motto and put it into action, and for that reason, it will long shimmer in the industry limelight.

"We are super excited about 2014," said Jeff Suiter, BOWTECH media specialist. "In July of 2013, we launched the lightest premium compound bow ever made a bow designed to meet the demands of any hunt the Carbon Knight. We followed up the Carbon Knight, which is getting a lot of positive attention, with a comparable women's bow. Dubbed the Carbon Rose, this rig is proving to be a reliable, smooth-shooting bow that the ladies love. Both bows feature the Knight Riser, which is made from a durable proprietary aero-space grade carbon material. In addition, both bows feature BOWTECH's legendary Binary Cam System that ensures a smooth and comfortable draw cycle. Honestly, the Carbon Knight and Carbon Rose give bowhunters everything they need in a bow. They are light, rock solid, durable, and offer undeniable pound-for-pound performance."

If you've become enamored with BOWTECH's carbon models, Suiter noted that you should stay tuned. As BOWTECH has done so many times before, the manufacturer plans to unveil another racy flagship at the 2014 ATA Show. Suiter had this to say on the subject:

"If you want a new-for-2014 bow, we have you covered. Once again, like we have done in the past, BOWTECH will once again amaze the industry when we unveil our 2014 flagship bow at the Archery Trade Association Show on January 6, 2014. You won¹t want to miss it."

With all that BOWTECH has accomplished in its archery industry tenure, it refuses to sit back and rest on past successes. The company wants to grow to continue to innovate and develop jaw-dropping bow and accessory models each and every year.

"The future is bright for BOWTECH," noted Suiter. "We have experienced tremendous success with our 2013 flagship, the Experience, and the mid-year [2013] launch of the Carbon Knight and Carbon Rose. We are excited about what we will offer bowhunters in 2014 as we continue to make strides in improving the shooting experience through technological innovation. We will also continue to expand the bows we have available for women, youth, and crossbow shooters through our Diamond and Stryker brands."

There are two types of companies in the bow manufacturer and bow accessories arena: Those that eat and those that get eaten. Since jumping on the scene in 1999, BOWTECH Archery, based in Eugene, Oregon, has been an eater. Quickly making a name for itself in the archery industry through its technological innovation, BOWTECH is known for its state-of-the-art technologies that improve bow and shooter performance. When you foot the bill for a BOWTECH bow or accessory item, you can believe that you¹re investing in a durable, reliable, and technologically advanced rig that will meet and exceed your expectations.

Adding a dash of "sugar" to this already sweet cake is BOWTECH's motto, "Refuse to Follow." It's catchy. It's witty. But more than being just another cool phrase, the motto has become the backbone of the company. BOWTECH and its employees want to do things positive things that set them apart from the crowd. BOWTECH has taken its motto and put it into action, and for that reason, it will long shimmer in the industry limelight.

"We are super excited about 2014," said Jeff Suiter, BOWTECH media specialist. "In July of 2013, we launched the lightest premium compound bow ever made a bow designed to meet the demands of any hunt the Carbon Knight. We followed up the Carbon Knight, which is getting a lot of positive attention, with a comparable women's bow. Dubbed the Carbon Rose, this rig is proving to be a reliable, smooth-shooting bow that the ladies love. Both bows feature the Knight Riser, which is made from a durable proprietary aero-space grade carbon material. In addition, both bows feature BOWTECH's legendary Binary Cam System that ensures a smooth and comfortable draw cycle. Honestly, the Carbon Knight and Carbon Rose give bowhunters everything they need in a bow. They are light, rock solid, durable, and offer undeniable pound-for-pound performance."

If you've become enamored with BOWTECH's carbon models, Suiter noted that you should stay tuned. As BOWTECH has done so many times before, the manufacturer plans to unveil another racy flagship at the 2014 ATA Show. Suiter had this to say on the subject:

"If you want a new-for-2014 bow, we have you covered. Once again, like we have done in the past, BOWTECH will once again amaze the industry when we unveil our 2014 flagship bow at the Archery Trade Association Show on January 6, 2014. You won¹t want to miss it."

With all that BOWTECH has accomplished in its archery industry tenure, it refuses to sit back and rest on past successes. The company wants to grow to continue to innovate and develop jaw-dropping bow and accessory models each and every year.

"The future is bright for BOWTECH," noted Suiter. "We have experienced tremendous success with our 2013 flagship, the Experience, and the mid-year [2013] launch of the Carbon Knight and Carbon Rose. We are excited about what we will offer bowhunters in 2014 as we continue to make strides in improving the shooting experience through technological innovation. We will also continue to expand the bows we have available for women, youth, and crossbow shooters through our Diamond and Stryker brands."

For more information about BOWTECH Archery, call (888) 689-1289 or visit www.bowtecharchery.com