Victory Archery Signs Bob Fromme

Victory Archery Signs Bob Fromme

Big Game Hunter Bob Fromme Signs with Victory Archery
Big Game Hunter Bob Fromme Signs with Victory Archery
Victory Archery
Victory Archery

Carlsbad, CA - -(Ammoland.com)- Bob Fromme, world class bowhunter and successful business owner has recently joined Victory Archery as a member of its Elite ProStaff and as Product Development Consultant.

Marty Connolly, CEO Victory Archery announced the signing at that company’s corporate office.

“Bob Fromme comes to us with an impressive resume. Not only does he possess successful, real world experience in the field of hunting, business and the archery industry but also has proven knowledge in product design, development and marketing. We are looking forward to having Bob on our Victory Team and are confident he will be one of our greatest assets as we continue to develop and innovate within our current and future product lines.”

Bob Fromme has been in the archery industry since 1981 and the owner of Performance Archery, San Diego, CA since 1983. Bob has assisted numerous companies in product design and as a life long bowhunter, taken numerous record book animals. In addition to being one of a very few bowhunters to have taken all 28 North America animal species Bob has also won 4 California State Broadhead Championships.

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Victory Archery is a leader in design and manufacturing of high-tech carbon arrows. For more information visit: www.victoryarchery.com

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