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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado – USA Archery is excited to introduce a free trial membership to introduce youth to USA Archery programs and events. The USA Archery Trial Youth Membership allows current participants of Scholastic 3D Archery (S3DA), National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP®) and Olympic Archery in the Schools (OAS) to become USA Archery members free for 12 months.
USA Archery Chief of Sport Performance and Organizational Development, Mary Emmons commented: “USA Archery is excited to welcome participants of NASP®, OAS and S3DA to an amazing archery community. It is our hope that this new free membership offer will provide additional opportunities for participants in these organizations to further enjoy the sport of archery by helping them to easily find more local, state and national events and achievement programs to participate in year-round. Additionally, USA Archery is eager to assist young athletes to prepare for the Collegiate Archery Program, where they will have the opportunity to earn scholarships, All-American, All-American Academic Team and All-Around Archery of the Year awards and much more.”
The trial membership will unlock USA Archery membership benefits including eligibility to participate in local, state and national events. Members are eligible to join a Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) club and can earn JOAD Achievement Awards, participate in the Virtual Tournament series, subscribe to member newsletters and access exclusive member-only athlete development resources. Members are also eligible for discount programs from DeVry, Bullseye Benefits and USA Archery travel partners and sponsors. Members are also covered by USA Archery’s Individual Liability Insurance when participating in USA Archery sanctioned activities.
This membership trial offer is only available to archers who have never held a USA Archery membership (Temporary Memberships excluded). Once the trial ends, members will renew at the regular member rate.
Apply for a Trial Youth Membership, or contact [email protected] with any questions.< Back to All News