On Friday, January 9 at their booth at the 2015 ATA Show, Lumenok formally presented Mary Hale of the Pink Arrow Project with a portion of the proceeds from sales of the Pink Lumenok.
Hale, founder of the Pink Arrow Project and a cancer survivor herself, accepted a check for $8,913. The Pink Arrow Project helps support cancer research through the sale of special Pink Arrow Project “pink products.” A number of archery manufacturers participate in the initiative.
At the presentation, Lumenok’s Jim Crane said, “I hope everyone shoots a Pink Lumenok. Next year I hope we can make this check closer to $10,000 or $15,000.”
Lumenok lighted nocks are lightweight and self-contained, with no magnets, switches or moving parts that could potentially fail. These easy-to-use nocks fit most popular arrow sizes and are a great way to track your arrow in flight and recover it faster after a shot.
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