Publicly unveiling to coincide with the upcoming Archery Trade Association (ATA) annual show, Elite announces today the newest addition to the company’s 2020 lineup.
Elite Archery has delivered technology that changes the archery game for dealers and archers alike.
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The Outdoor Group announces today that Paul Guillot has been promoted to the position of VP Sales for the company. Previously, Guillot held the position of Director of Sales and Regional Sales Manager.
Elite Archery unveils the newest addition to the Ritual family: the Ritual 35. The 35-inch axle to axle offering has been a popular staple in the Elite lineup. Adding the smooth efficiency of the Ritual system has delivered rave reviews from early users.
The JOAD (Junior Olympic Archery Development) National Championships took place in North Carolina over the weekend and Elite Archery’s Alexis Ruiz and Curtis Broadnax showcased extraordinary athleticism and precision by finishing in top spots.
Tough conditions, and even tougher competition were the footnotes of the sixth Archery Shooters Association (ASA) tournament of the year in Metropolis, IL. After receiving several inches of rain days before the kickoff of the shoot, the courses were set to be a challenge with shin-deep muddy trails. At the onset, Elite Archery’s Glen Bordwell proved the terrain wouldn’t prevent him from having success, as he challenged his way to a win in the Men’s Known Pro division.
Nearly two thousand miles apart, Team Elite’s top competitors took to their fields with success over the weekend, first in Salt Lake City, UT at stage three of the World Cup, followed by Champion, PA for the annual Organization of Professional Archery tournament.