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    Martin Archery is For Sale

    PRESS RELEASE

    December 20, 2012, Walla Walla, WA:

    Martin Archery is For Sale

    The Martin family has decided to sell its sixty-two year old archery business. Gail Martin, the company’s founder and President turns ninety next year and has decided to retire.

    Martin Archery has been a major player and innovator in the archery business for many years making multiple contributions to the growth of the industry.

    Gail Martin said “It’s time! There are so many things I have wanted to do for many years and have reluctantly decided that running the business makes it impossible to do them. Whoever buys the business will get a slate of state-of-the-art bows and will inherit a rich tradition.”

    Any interested persons are encouraged to contact Martin Archery at 509-529-2554 ext. 911 or e-mail MartinArcheryInc@gmail.com.

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    Wow! Best wishes to Gail in his retirement and thanks for all the innovation and contributions to the archery industry, their's no doubt Martin has helped us get to where the bows are today. Hats of to the company and family.
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    Wow. My first bow was a Martin Cougar Magnum. I hope whoever gets their hands on the company does well by them. I'd like to see them become a force in the industry once again.
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    Is this for real? I thought Ryan was taking over and continuing to run Martin as Gail had.

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    I hope whoever buys them, keeps the name...it'll be a sad day in the archery world if there is no more "Martin Archery"
    Smarten up and Martin up

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    Well I hope they get bought and continue to sell bows with the same name...Martin is a historic name in archery.

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    Martin archery and the Martin family have always been number one in my book. I wish Gail the best a luck with his retirement and thank him for all he has done for the archery community.
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    Ryan wont be takeing over I think erdman will. I know a local farmer was wanting to by them and I think surlock had a back up offer.

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    Good Luck, first bow I purchased was a wood riser Warthog, I was in pre-school. No seriously I was in high school, but PS doesn't make me sound so old. On the other hand a wood riser does make me old. lol

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    oh, great, as i just got another martin....
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    Ninety years old???? Why the heck did he wait so long to retire?!!!!! Good grief..........

    Could have sold a loooooooooong time ago. Anyways, Good luck and Happy Retirement.
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    I killed my first deer with a Martin Impala and owned plenty of others since that one. Martin is a great company founded by a true pioneer of the sport. Good luck to you Gail. Enjoy your retirement.
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    Martin Archery is For Sale

    Well Kevin Strother once told me if I wanted a 150lb bow I would have to have my own bow company. Guess this is my chance lol
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    I hope whoever buys it re-introduces the Nitrous-X cam...that would be pretty awesome with the new split limbs they're offering!

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    i haven't been able to confirm this "press release" through other sources. makes me wonder if this is just another AT rumor. nothing about it on Martin's web site other than a thread referring back to this AT posting.

    hmm....since Martin started AT will it go away when the company is sold?
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    you see who posted it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosii View Post
    i haven't been able to confirm this "press release" through other sources. makes me wonder if this is just another AT rumor. nothing about it on Martin's web site other than a thread referring back to this AT posting.

    hmm....since Martin started AT will it go away when the company is sold?
    you do know that Martin archery started this thread...........don't you....?

    don't you think if it wasn't true this would be closed or deleted.....?
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    I wish the Martin the best in their future endeavors!
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    Re: Martin Archery is For Sale

    Quote Originally Posted by whack&stack View Post
    Well Kevin Strother once told me if I wanted a 150lb bow I would have to have my own bow company. Guess this is my chance lol
    Not the fella i would take business advice from.....lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garceau View Post
    Not the fella i would take business advice from.....lol

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    lmao.

    Seriously though, a long and happy retirement wished to Mr. Martin.
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    Happy Retirement! I have never owned a Martin, but my dad shot his for many years.

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    I hope the new owner of Martin Archery keeps the current name and history of this pioneering company. I do hope that we do not loose an Ameican influence in the Archery Industry. Gail, I wish you a happy retirement.
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    Maybe Uncle Ted will buy them out. LOL

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    Best wishes to Martin!!!
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