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ATA Trade Show
January 7-9, 2013
Kentucky Exposition Center
The Archery Trade Association is excited to welcome each of you to Louisville, Kentucky for the 2013 ATA Trade Show. This year, thanks to the amount of space available at the Kentucky Exposition Center, the ATA will bring food concessions, featured products, business hubs and Dealer Lounges right onto the Show floor.
This Show remains the archery and bowhunting industry’s No. 1 force for strengthening and growing our sports and businesses. Never forget this is your Show. Every dealer, buyer and manufacturer at the Show helps support the ATA’s work with schools, municipalities and state agencies; as well as organizations and individual archers to grow archery and bowhunting.
Louisville is a city full of endless possibilities. It’s a city located somewhere between “way out there” and “feels like home”. A place known as both the “southern most northern city” and “the northern most southern city”. A place so unique, that you can pronounce our name 5 different ways – Looavul, Luhvul, Loueville, Looaville, Looeyville. It’s a place just for you, no matter how you wanna say it.
Walk the streets of downtown, along Museum Row and you’ll find more galleries and museums than you can shake a stick at. And speaking of sticks, you sports lovers can see the world’s biggest bat on display at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory. In all, Museum Row on Main houses nine original attractions all within a six-block radius, now that’s what I call convenience! Since you are already downtown, you may as well stroll along or just hang out at Fourth Street Live, the city’s premier dining and entertainment district.
Live through the fastest two minutes in sports by visiting Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby Museum. Experience original one-of-a-kind cuisine by dining at one of our award-winning restaurants spread throughout four dining districts. Relax as you cruise the Ohio River aboard the Belle of Louisville, a National Historic Landmark.
Be sure to stop by our Visitors Center located downtown at the corner of 4th and Jefferson Streets, where you can pick-up literature, buy souvenirs, purchase discounted attraction tickets, get directions and make restaurant reservations, all with the help of friendly travel counselors.