Runnings Stores Now Carrying Flying Arrow Archery Products

Runnings Stores Now Carrying Flying Arrow Archery Products
Runnings Stores Now Carrying Flying Arrow Archery Products
Flying Arrow Archery
Flying Arrow Archery

Belgrade, MT -(AmmoLand.com)- FLYING ARROW ARCHERY, LLC today announced that its products will be found on the shelves in Runnings stores.

Jon Dalhvang, buyer at Runnings said, “We are excited to bring the Flying Arrow Archery line into our stores. These are quality products that our customers deserve.”

Look for the Toxic Broadheads in the key sporting goods stores of Runnings. Runnings is a retail chain in Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, New York and New Hampshire. The stores sell farm supplies and parts, livestock equipment, hunting and fishing equipment, small appliances, housewares, automotive goods, plumbing, electrical, apparel, hardware, lawn and garden supplies, paint, pet supplies, sporting goods, and tools. The company is based in Marshall, Minnesota and its stores are affiliates of Do It Best Hardware and Mid-States Distributing.

Runnings
Runnings – Farm & Fleet

Runnings started as an Automotive Supply Store established in 1947, Proprietor Norman A. “Red” Running, located at 422 W. Main St., Marshall, Minnesota.

Currently Runnings operates 39 retail stores. Runnings has converted some old Kmart and big-box stores in Minnesota into fleet and farm stores. On April 7, 2015, the chain opened up a new store in Claremont, New Hampshire inside a former Lowe's building that closed in 2012.

See more about Flying Arrow Archery at www.flyingarrowarcheryusa.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/FlyingArrowArchery, Twitter- @FlyingArrowUSA, or on Instagram – FlyingArrowArchery.

About Flying Arrow Archery, LLC

Flying Arrow Archery was founded in 2012 by Chris Rager in the incredible state of Montana. Chris sold his previous company, Trophy Ridge and Rocket Aeroheads in 2007. While always thinking outside the box, Chris spends countless days and hours in the field searching for ways to create better archery equipment. Not satisfied with the current broadhead designs, he wanted to engineer a broadhead that would forever change the way archers think.

For more information, visit: www.FlyingArrowArcheryUSA.com.

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