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ATA Reveals 2023 New Product Launch and Impact Award Winners

The Archery Trade Association is pleased to present its fourth annual 2023 New Product Launch Award and Impact Award winners.
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Author: Cassie Gasaway

The Archery Trade Association is pleased to present its fourth annual 2023 New Product Launch Award and Impact Award winners. ATA staff announced and congratulated the winners on Jan. 11 at the 2023 ATA Trade Show during The Connections Celebration, presented by Mossy Oak.

“These highly selective awards represent the best in the archery industry,” said Jeff Poole, ATA’s president and CEO. “From those who are making a significant impact in the archery and bowhunting community to the best new, innovative products, we’re honored to give these awards to truly deserving recipients.”

 

ATA’s Impact Award Recipients

The ATA’s Impact Award is presented to people and companies that use their voice or platform to inspire others to enjoy and participate in archery and bowhunting. The 2023 recipients are:

  • Hunter Aimar
  • George Chapman School of Archery
  • Fourth Arrow and Wyndscent

 

New Product Launch Award Recipients

The New Product Launch Showcase features products that launched at the 2023 ATA Trade Show. This year, three out of over 120 products received an award for their new product design, innovation and ability to meet customer demands. The winning products are:

  • Gold: Carbon SS Climbing Sticks by Latitude Outdoors
  • Silver: Pop Up 30L and 40L Bag by Mystery Ranch
  • Bronze: RL Torch Dovetail 2 Pin Sight by Redline Bowhunting

The honorable mentions were the 2A Bow Sling by The Bow Hitch and the Waypoint Arrow Level by Hamskea.

The ATA created the awards program in 2020 to recognize individuals and companies that make significant contributions to the future of archery.

For more information about the ATA’s awards program, please contact Allison Jasper, ATA’s senior director of marketing and communications, at allisonjasper@archerytrade.org or (507) 233-8136.

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