Butler County to Host Archery Tournaments
21 Dec, 2018
The Butler County Visitors Bureau (BCVB) and Cincinnati Junior Olympians will host the 50th U.S. National Indoor Archery Championships and the 2019 JOAD National Indoor Championships at Midwest Cheer Elite, December 28-30, 2018.
The Indoor Nationals and JOAD Indoor Championships are hosted by 13 regional destinations between December and March across the US each year. Butler County, Ohio is serving as a host site for the 9th year. This year’s Butler County event will feature over 200 archers from around country. The estimated economic impact of this event is over $100,000. The event is also free and open to the public.
“Cincinnati Junior Olympians and the Butler County Visitors Bureau have worked together to bring state, regional, and national level tournaments to Butler County for decades,” said Liz Coombe, Tournament Director for Cincinnati Junior Olympians. “We hope to continue this relationship for many years to come.”
The 50th U.S. National Indoor Archery Championships and 2019 JOAD National Indoor Championships adds another event to Butler County’s impressive line-up of 2019 sports championships. Butler County will also play host to soccer, basketball, and triathlon events this summer.
“We are excited to welcome USA Archery back to Butler County again this year,” said Mark Hecquet, Executive Director of the BCVB. “Strong partnerships with Cincinnati Junior Olympians and USA Archery have made this event possible. We look forward to welcoming archers and spectators to another outstanding event.”
About the Butler County Visitors Bureau: The Butler County Visitors Bureau (BCVB) is the premier regional destination marketing organization for leisure travel, sports, meeting and group tourism in Butler County, Ohio. It is dedicated to contributing to a thriving local economy through a strong regional and national tourism presence. For more information on tourism, visit www.GetToTheBC.com.