The NFAA Easton Archery Complex chooses custom Shields built by B.U.P. SPORTS to be used as dividers for the National Field Archery Association headquarters and Easton Shooting Complex in Yankton, SD.
The popularity of archery and the growth of new youth archers coming into the sport have rapidly increased following high profile media coverage and the recent onslaught of young heroines profiled in movies by Hollywood. With that being said, many companies are rising to the occasion and offering products that specifically address the needs and challenges facing both beginning and more experienced archers.
B.U. P. Sports, maker of the SHIELD archery backstop, launched the SHIELD in the summer of 2013 to be used as an archery backstop behind the target to stop arrows and therefore protect your family, friends and archery equipment when an arrow veers off target. It is great to stop arrows that may be off-target when practicing long shots, tuning in your bow, or bring new folks into the sport of archery.
Customs SHIELDS will be used by Easton chooses The Shield to build custom dividers for one of the country’s largest archery facilities: the National Field Archery Association headquarters and Easton Shooting Complex in Yankton, ATA in all shooting lanes for bow testing areas at their 2014 ATA Trade Show. If they can trust it, you can too.
To learn more about the facilities in South Dakota, go to www.yanktonarcherycomplex.org.
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