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IB Sports Celebrates 25th Anniversary
Posted 12/05/2016: Congratulations to one of our Members, IB Sports, located in Burlington, KY, on celebrating its 25th Anniversary on December 2nd! IB Sports has been a part of the NBS Family for 5 years and we look forward to celebrating many more milestones in the future! See more >
New NBS Member: Poway Weapons & Gear
Posted 12/05/2016: We are happy to announce the addition of a new Member, Poway Weapons & Gear Inc.​, to the NBS Family! PWG is a premier 42,000 sq. feet, 42 lane, indoor range located in San Diego, California. Please join us in welcoming PWG to the group and we look forward to seeing them at our upcoming Markets! See more >
A Sure-Fire Way To Boost Holiday Sales
Posted 12/2/2016: Experiential—or engagement or shopper—marketing is any activation that allows a consumer to engage with a brand or product. It encompasses interactive displays on a retail floor, lifestyle-based merchandising strategies and branded events. The focus is on creating an interaction, not a transaction—though the latter typically follows the former. See more >
7 Ways To Hunt Tough Elk
Posted 11/30/2016: There are plenty of platitudes meant to help you increase your chances of shooting an elk. Get in shape. Rise early. Avoid roads. Hike to the hinterlands. Find the black timber. Hunt hard. Don’t give up. See more >
NBS Hosts Winter Softgoods Business Development Meetings
Posted 11/16/2016: NBS recently wrapped up another great week of Winter Softgoods Business Development Meetings at the NBS Office and we would like to personally send a big thank you to the Softgoods Committee Members for all of your hard work and dedication. We wouldn’t be able to do what we do without your help and guidance. See more >
U.S. Winter Outlook: Ice Fishing Forecast 2016-2017
Posted 11/18/2016: “This climate outlook provides the most likely outcome for the upcoming winter season, but it also provides the public with a good reminder that winter is just up ahead and it’s a good time to prepare for typical winter hazards, such as extreme cold and snowstorms,” said Mike Halpert, deputy director, NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center. “Regardless of the outlook, there is always some chance for extreme winter weather, so prepare now for what might come later this winter.” See more >
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