The Vegas Shoot extended its contract with the South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa to return to its current home for a further three years along with the Indoor Archery World Series Finals.
“It’s awesome. We have some room to grow here. The staff, the South Point itself has been nothing but helpful and it’s the only real event here of this size that’s not equestrian,” said The Vegas Shoot President Bruce Cull.
“We are pretty excited, we’ve got growth potential, we’ve got a place for three years, we are happy.”
General Manager of the South Point Hotel Ryan Growney added: This event is one of our highlights of the year, it truly is, and that’s something to say when it’s an equestrian center.”
“We are going to do anything in our power to continue to make this success for you, we love having you here and thank you very much for allowing us to host this event for three more years.”
World Archery Secretary General Tom Dielen and three-time Olympic Champion Brady Ellison also took part in the signing.
The Vegas Shoot is the largest and most prestigious indoor archery tournament in the world. It set a new record of attendance with 3816 shooters from all 50 States of the US and 53 other countries.