Trophy Ridge Reveals “Shoot to Win” Giveaway Truck for 2022 Total Archery Challenge Tour

Archers can register at one of several Total Archery Challenge sites in 2022, and if you hit the 12-ring on a 3-D caribou target (111 yards!), your name goes in a drawing for the pickup.

Trophy Ridge Reveals “Shoot to Win” Giveaway Truck for 2022 Total Archery Challenge Tour

Trophy Ridge recently unveiled the 2022 Total Archery Challenge “Shoot to Win” Chevrolet Silverado. One lucky participant will have the opportunity to drive away in the fully capable off road 4X4 valued at more than $50,000 at the end of this year’s tour.

This year marks the Total Archery Challenge’s 10th national tour. The non-competitive event will have 10 stops at state parks and ski mountains across the United States in 2022. The golf-like event features several 3D-archery courses that vary in levels of difficulty and shot distances.

Archers register for a “Nock-time” on one of the available courses, like a tee time in golf. The event is designed to push the boundaries and test archers in a fun and social environment. Each location also features a practice range with more than 100 3D targets at distances from 5 yards to 100-plus yards that is open to anyone. Participants can utilize the range at any point over the course of the event.

For 2022, Trophy Ridge is the premiere sponsor of the famous “Shoot to Win” truck giveaway. Trophy Ridge will be on site at each of the tour locations and will have archery accessories for shooters to test and purchase.

The Trophy Ridge “Shoot to Win” truck will be on site at each of the 10 locations this year. Archers will have the opportunity to make a 111-yard shot at a 3-D caribou target for $15 a shot. Every arrow that lands inside the smallest ring on the target, the 12-ring, earns that individual an entry into the truck drawing. One winner will be drawn at the end of the tour in August 2022.

The Total Archery Challenge will kick-off in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, the last weekend of March then will head to Texas, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Michigan, South Dakota, Colorado, Utah, and end in Montana the last week of July. Nock times at each event are limited and early registration is strongly encouraged.


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