Fueled by the accurate arrows of Levi Morgan, Darrin Christenberry and Eric Griggs — to name a few — Elite Archery’s Pro shooter team is a true dynasty in the making. Collecting checks and making news wherever they go, the team shows no signs of letting off the gas.
Elite Archery recently added renowned pro shooter Chance Beaubouef to its professional team. Beaubouef wasted no time making his presence felt at the Midwest Open Indoor Archery Tournament. With a field of more than 420 shooters, Beaubouef finished off the first day of the competition held in Bloomington, Illinois, with a perfect day-one score of 360.
As with most big tournament shoots the second and final day came down to the wire. But Beaubouef’s 327 out of 330 day-two points were enough to put him atop the podium.
“I can’t say enough how impressed I am with my new Elite Victory,” said Beaubouef in a post-shoot interview. “The Victory aims like no bow I’ve ever shot before, and I’m ready to spend some time behind it this season.”
Elite Archery President Peter Crawford noted that 2014 has been an incredible year for the Elite Pro shooters.
“Chance put a giant exclamation point on the year and kicked off the 2015 shooting season on the right foot,” Crawford said.
Elite Director of Marketing Tim Kent added, “Elite continues to demonstrate what a difference shootability can make in the field and at the range with our staff of pro archers and bowhunters.”
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