Gallery: 2013 ATA Show floor report—6

Didn’t go to Louisville? Here’s some new bow gear you might have missed.
Gallery: 2013 ATA Show floor report—6

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An exciting new Louisville venue that drew 531 exhibitors and 2,988 dealers, distributors and buyers was just one of the storylines of the 2013 ATA Trade Show, held Jan. 7-9 at the Kentucky Exposition Center.

Nice touches to the 2013 Show included BowTech’s third straight year of introducing its new flagship bow (the Experience) to a strong crowd at the BowTech booth on the first morning, as well as the first annual V.I.P. (Very Innovative Products) ATA Runway Show at the Robinson Outdoor Products booth—a fashion runway featuring outdoor celebs modeling hunting gear and product on a dedicated red carpet stage. Still another nice touch was a centralized, easy-access New Products area located in the virtual center of the show floor.

The next ATA Trade Show will be held in Nashville, TN, Jan. 6-8, 2014.

Rich Packer with a few pieces of the latest Easton Outfitters line that includes packs and affordable, versatile tents offered in 1-, 2-, and 3-person models.

Ryan Knigge was on hand to show off the expanded Big Game Treestands lineup, which added several hang-ons and several neat accessories including versatile climbing sticks.

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The Rack One Ignite system makes use of five separate supplements/attractants designed to help your customers grow healthier deer with bigger antlers, as well as attract more deer to specific stand sites.

Looking for great gifts for kids? Newcomer Button Buck offers “stylish, outdoor-themed clothing featuring relevant style, vintage flavor, ultra-soft materials, and formed fits that rival the best mainstream brands.”

New from Scent-Lok is the Alpha Tech jacket and pants that feature a highly breathable textured polyester outer shell with moisture-wicking interior and the company’s advanced Carbon Alloy technology.


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