Stars Come Out at ATA

Outdoor Channel pro Jim Shockey poses with an admiring fan at the Archery Trade Association show in Nashville. (Craig Lamb photo)

Outdoor Channel personalities work event, show off new products

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The stars came out on Day Two of the Archery Trade Association show, and many are there to show off new products.

Outdoor Channel personalities spotted on Tuesday include Jim Shockey, Michael Waddell and the Bone Collector crew, Lee and Tiffany Lakosky and Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo, among others.

Ralph is taking time at the ATA to give rundowns on new gear and how to use them, posting videos on the Archer’s Choice Facebook page.

Lee and Tiffany are posting shots from the show, but are also using the Crush Facebook page to give fans updates on when and where they are appearing. Shockey’s page has him here, there and everywhere, and also having a little fun at the expense of Cody Robbins of Live2Hunt, who worked for Shockey.

Click the image to check out the folks and new products from Day Two at the ATA.
The 2014 Archery Trade Association show at the new Music City Center Nashville, Tennessee.

Go to ATA Show 2014

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