TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR NABA MEMBERSHIP
This General Terms and Conditions of membership is a legal agreement between you/your organization, and the National Archery Buyers Association, which sets forth the terms and conditions of membership. You understand that the rights of membership, including the right to identify membership, begin only when you have been notified that your application for membership has been accepted.
New – Effective July 1, 2020
- Requires ALL Retailers use the Ordering Portal to place orders with Vendors during ATA and/or NABA Shows. Minimum of $25,000 must be placed/program in orders during one or a combination of the two shows
- Must attend Breakfast Meeting during the ATA Trade Show or Retailer Banquet during the Western Show
|Must have been in the retail archery business, with a store front, for a minimum of two years.
|A minimum of $200,000 in gross archery sales during the past year (excluding internet sales).
|Good credit: NABA does a simple third party credit check with: www.ircsystems.com and requires a minimum of five credit references completed on the application form.
|Two pictures of your retail business – one inside and one outside entry with signage.
|Established business hours and open a minimum of five days per week.
|Owner(s) or employee with purchasing/ordering authority is required to attend the NABA Western Trade Show the first year of membership.All new members are required to attend the National Archery Buyers Association Western Trade Show during your first year of membership. Every year following, you are required to attend one of the annual buying shows—the National Archery Buyers Association Western Trade Show or the ATA Show.
|A completed application form and check to cover the annual membership dues. Yearly dues will be payable upon approval and acceptance by the NABA Board of Directors.
|Each member will be held solely responsible for their own credit application and their accounts with all manufacturers/vendors. The National Archery Buyers Association is dedicated to supporting our loyal and valued vendors.
|Members who fall 90 days delinquent with their accounts agree to accept a probationary status (C.O.D. with all NABA Vendors) until such time as their accounts are made current.
|Members agree that should they be unable to correct the probationary status, their membership will be terminated with the NABA.