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WildTech’s Linda Burch runs for ATA Board

October 22, 2004
Wanda Garner - 870-856-2387

Linda Kistler Burch, President of WildTech Corp. has announced her application to run for the Board of Directors of the Archery Trade Association (ATA)

Linda Kistler Burch, President of WildTech Corp. has announced her application to run for the Board of Directors of the Archery Trade Association, or ATA.  That election will be held in November 2004.

Linda has a 30-year history of community and business association involvement in both Minnesota and California.  Besides being the owner of WildTech, maker of FireTacks and other products, she has run her own successful accounting practice for over 18 years.

Over the years she has served as a volunteer in several non-profit organizations ranging from committee member to Board Member to President. Her desire is to bring her experience and enthusiasm to the ATA Board in a team effort for the betterment of the organization.

“To all ATA members, I would ask for your consideration and for your vote in November”, says Linda.  “It would be a privilege for me to serve the archery and hunting industries”.


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