Meaford, Ontario, Canada, – The BOWdometer Team was proud to support Women’s Range Day, helping educate 72 women from across Ontario about archery skills and safety. The event is part of Amanda Lynn Mayhew’s Range Day series and was filmed for her television show THAT Hunting Girl™., a top-performing outdoor show airing on the Sportsman Channel Canada.
Mayhew is an award-winning outdoorswoman who has dedicated her life to Hunting and Outdoor Lifestyle education. She has been hosting Range Day events across Ontario for a decade. The October 2021 event has been dedicated to women looking for a safe space to learn about and try out firearms, including stations dedicated to Pistol, Shotgun, Rifle and Archery. It took place at the East Grey Hunters & Anglers Association in Meaford, Ontario and featured an education session from Tracey Wilson, VP of Public Relations at the Canadian Coalition for Firearms Rights (CCFR).
“The purpose of Range Day is to teach women about firearm products, management and safety, which will filter down to the younger generations. It’s not just about shooting – it’s about lifestyle, community and socializing with friends,” said Mayhew, the Creator and Host of the Range Day program. “Having the BOWdometer Team here was an obvious choice since their product is built for motivation and community and aligns with the spirit of this event.”
BOWdometer is a proud sponsor of Mayhew and proudly ran the archery station, introducing the sport to girls of all ages and skill levels. Of course, there were BOWdometers on the practice bows that were tracking each shot taken, showing that the women at the event shot over 1200 arrows. Attendees of the event received gift bags and raffle prizes including apparel from Just Hunt (Mayhew’s custom outdoor clothing brand), CCFR and more. 3 lucky winners got to take home a BOWdometer Practice Companion as part of the raffle.
“At our core, BOWdometer’s brand focuses on community and connection for archers everywhere,” says Marianne Bell, Co-founder of Toxon Technologies, the company that created BOWdometer. “Events like this help bring new people into the sport and give us a chance to share our vision with the world. Amanda Lynn hosts well-organized, empowering events that people return to over and over again as volunteers and attendees. It’s an incredible opportunity to be part of her community.”
You can see Range Day in action on THAT Hunting Girl™ airing in April 2022 on the Sportsman Channel Canada. Learn more about Range Day at www.justhunt.ca/range-day and BOWdometer at www.bowdometer.com
For inquiries, please contact:
Marianne Bell, Toxon Technologies firstname.lastname@example.org
Amanda Lynn Mayhew, Just Hunt email@example.com
About Toxon Technologies
Toxon Technologies was founded in 2018 to elevate the archery experience through tech. They launched BOWdometer, the first archery practice companion, in 2020. Since launch, archers in over 50 countries worldwide are using BOWdometer to track their practice, maintain their gear and connect with friends. Archers of any age or skill level can use BOWdometer to improve their skills, including pros like Sara Lopez, Steve Wijler and Crispin Duenas.
About Amanda Lynn Mayhew
Mayhew is an award-winning outdoorswoman who has dedicated her life to Hunting and Outdoor Lifestyle education. She has proven her worth as an athlete, inspirational speaker, angler, power sports enthusiast, sport shooting advocate, and a hunter whose mission it is to pass on the passion to our future. Since 2016 Amanda Lynn Mayhew has been keeping you intrigued with her outdoor adventures with her brand Just Hunt including her TV Series, THAT Hunting Girl™, airing on the Sportsman Channel Canada. Raised hunting and fishing, Amanda Lynn is no stranger to the industry, with over 150K social media followers and her show airing in over 9.7 million homes. In addition, Amanda Lynn is the recipient of the 2021 Jeffrey Reed Courage Award, 2019 Hunting Ambassador of the Year Golden Bullet Award and nominated for Woman of the Year in the Health and Wellness Category 3 consecutive times for her efforts in charitable work raising awareness for ailments in the Kitchener-Waterloo area and winning numerous Citizen of the Week awards. You can learn more about Amanda Lynn and her impressive endeavors on www.junsthunt.ca