By visiting the 2017 Innovation Zone, dealers and other Trade Show attendees will get their first look at five new broadheads, four field-dressing aids, four new stabilizers and anti-vibration products, three new game feeds or supplements, six new treestands or treestand accessories, three new clothing manufacturers, and an array of other hunting and bowhunting innovations.
The 2017 ATA Trade Show will be held at the Indiana Convention Center, and features nearly 600 exhibitors. The exhibitors combined to rent nearly 236,000 square feet of booth space. The Show, which is the archery and bowhunting industry’s largest and longest-running trade show worldwide, is expected to draw nearly 10,000 attendees during its three-day run. It also features 80 shooting lanes where attendees can try out the latest bows, crossbows and archery accessories.
Net proceeds from the annual Trade Show are invested in ATA-sponsored programs to grow archery participation while also promoting and defending bowhunting opportunities nationwide.