Brackett Signs With Martin

Fear No Evil host makes multi-year deal with archery stalwart

Brackett Signs With Martin
Chris Brackett performs a trick shot during the Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg, Pa. (Courtesy Fear No Evil)

WALLA WALLA, Wash. -- Martin Archery announced the signing of Chris Brackett to a multi-year contract. Chris will exclusively shoot Martin Archery bows, including on his Outdoor Channel television shows "Fear No Evil" and "Arrow Affliction" Show Page."

In addition, Chris will be licensing his Fear No Evil brand to Martin for use on their products.

"I was a free agent and vowed to take a hard look at all the bow companies out there and really understand who was behind them, what products they had in their line-up and most importantly, who had the most potential," Brackett said. "Martin was founded over 60 years ago by one of the greatest archers in history and they are an amazing and storied brand that we all know, our parents all know and our grandparents all know.

“When I heard they were looking for a new brand ambassador and wanted input from a blue collar, hard-working man who knows bows and how to make arrows dance, I knew that Martin was the company for me."


Martin is proud of have the recent Golden Moose Award winner come aboard as well.


"I couldn't be more excited to announce the signing of Chris Brackett to the Martin Family," CEO Rich Weatherford said. "Chris embodies the same values and direction that Martin Archery does. As an established brand known for quality, passion and innovation, we are excited to be able partner with Chris. It truly is a partnership as Chris values our ability to produce quality products and we value Chris' ability to bring excitement and fun to the archery industry. Booyah!"

Brackett, the creator, executive producer and host of his shows, is not only an ambassador within the archery community, but also in the broader public arena as he has been featured in media outlets, including CBS with Katie Couric, MSN, CNN, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune and Spike TV, among others.

"In addition to being one of the best bowhunters and most accurate archers in the world, Chris represents what the Martin brand has become known for over the years," said Martin Archery Director of Marketing Joseph Lok. "Martin is known for designing and manufacturing high quality bows that the everyman can shoot and grow with."

"Martin definitely makes some top-of-the-line shooting machines that you or I can count on day in and day out, whether out in the hunting fields or on the competition line," Brackett said. "I urge you to go and shoot one of these bows and you will not be disappointed. I am proud to say I FEAR NO EVIL and I shoot MARTIN!"


In addition to shooting Martin Archery bows, Chris works with other sponsors including Mossy Oak, Scent-Lok, Muddy Outdoors, Lumenok, and Rage Broadheads.

"Fear No Evil" Show Page

"Arrow Affliction" Show Page


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