NFAA Adds Bowmar Archery as a 2021 Sponsor

Rachael Kapperman

The National Field Archery Association (NFAA), a non-profit corporation dedicated to the sport of archery in the United States of America, has announced yet another new sponsor for 2021 – Bowmar Archery, an archery accessory company.

Bowmar Archery has signed on as a 2021 sponsor of the NFAA and NFAA Foundation. These sponsorships allow the NFAA to continue hosting events and tournaments which in turn keeps archers actively participating within the archery community.

“Bowmar Archery has been on board with us to make events happen such as the Rushmore Rumble held back in February,” said Bruce Cull, NFAA Foundation President, “We can’t thank them enough for their continued support moving forward for the rest of the year.”

Due to COVID-19, the NFAA has had to adjust tournament schedules and locations to still make attending these events possible. Luckily, they have still been able to host multiple events throughout the 2020 year and into 2021, while archery tournaments all over the world have been cancelled.

“Bowmar Archery is excited to partner with NFAA in an effort to preserve the sport of Archery for decades to come!” says Sarah Bowmar, co-owner of Bowmar Archery

About Bowmar Archery

Bowmar Archery, owned by Josh and Sarah Bowmar, is an archery accessory company known for their Nose Button that was created for a more consistent and accurate anchor point.
Bowmar Archery is based in Columbus, Ohio, USA. Visit Bowmar Archery’s website www.bowmararchery.com

About NFAA

The National Field Archery Association or NFAA is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the sport of archery in the United States of America. Founded in 1939, the NFAA now consists of 49 state associations and nearly 1,000 affiliated clubs with over 14,000 individual members. The National Field Archery Association Foundation is a 501c3 Public Charitable supporting organization of the NFAA. The NFAA is a national allied organization of USA Archery, the Olympic governing body for archery in the USA.

The National Field Archery Association is based in the NFAA Easton Yankton Archery Center, and is a division of the National Field Archery Association Foundation in Yankton, South Dakota, USA. Visit the NFAA’s websites (www.nfaausa.com and www.neyac.org).