Archery is the art, practice, or skill of shooting arrows with the help of a bow. The bow itself is said to have been invented in the late Paleolithic or early Mesolithic periods. The sport of Archery was revived in the Eighteenth Century by Royal patronage and archery societies founded by Sir Walter Scott which were set up across the country. Each society had its own strict entry criteria, outlandish costumes, and extravagant balls.
Today’s archery clubs are just as memorable even though they are less flashy than those of the past. Lapel pins are custom in nature which makes them a fitting item to hand out at competitions and club meetings. Not only are they created from quality materials, they are crafted with extreme care so that they are long lasting.
To Signify Membership At Competitions and Club Meetings
Clubs want to encourage new members to join. One of the ways…