In Just Over One Month The R100
Will Begin Its 2016 Campaign

Janesville, WI – Rinehart Targets is pleased to announce the beginning of another action packed Rinehart R100 season. The first arrow of 2016 is set to fly on February 20th at the Sage Creek Archery Club in Mount Airy, North Carolina. This year’s R100 schedule offers some of the most exciting stops in the event’s 13 year existence.

At each Rinehart R100, participants have the option to shoot 50 or 100 Rinehart targets ranging from Boone and Crocket whitetails to pesky mosquitos. The event welcomes anyone with a passion for archery and the outdoors.

archers next to body of water photo
“The beginning of a new R100 season is always a fun time here at Rinehart,” stated James McGovern, President of Rinehart Targets. “In 2015 we saw record attendance numbers which has created a great deal of anticipation and buzz heading into this season.”

The entire 2016 R100 schedule can be found online. The event will take place at 19 different archery clubs across the nation, beginning on February 20th in North Carolina and concluding in Saginaw, Michigan on September 10th. The R100 will visit 5 new locations this season which includes stops in Colorado, California, Illinois, New Jersey and Georgia.

Father/son archers
As always, each event will be held on Saturday’s and Sunday’s when all ages and levels of archers are encouraged to come see what has made the Rinehart R100 such a popular event within the nation’s archery community. Registration for 2016 R100 events is now open so be sure to visit the R100 website to find the shoot nearest you.

About the Rinehart R100:

Rinehart R100 logo
Since 2003 the Rinehart R100 has been providing archery lovers with an event fit for participants of all levels and ages. Like Rinehart Targets Co., the event is focused on family and introducing new shooters to the great sport of archery. The combination of fantastic venues and an opportunity to spend a day finding the ten ring of “The Best Archery Targets in the World” makes this event a must for all outdoor enthusiasts, young and old.