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Slideshow: Archery Thrives in Los Alamitos

One year and going strong: The Archery Outpost celebrated its first full year in Los Alamitos Saturday.

Archers of all skill levels attended the  Archery Outpost Open House in Los Alamitos Saturday, March 19, 2011 in celebration of the outpost’s first year in town. Archery Outpost is a family-friendly archery range that offers lessons and hosts outings or parties.

met00 March 20, 2011 at 10:06 PM
Dean, as a member of the Chamber of Commerce you could have posted that the address is: Archery Outpost - 10714 Reagan Street (near the Los Al Post Office) You could have copied it from my post on the one year party event from two days ago. Archery Outpost is a fine new (one year old) Los Al business which I personally hope is NOT a member of the Chamber and NEVER wastes it's money to become one. As a person who uses their services weekly (every Saturday, unless there is a meet, at 9AM they have a beginners class and at 10AM an advanced class) I was overjoyed to see them locate in an under-utilized warehouse district and have been very pleased with the time and effort of their staff in teaching a beginner (my son) to enjoy the sport. From top to bottom,they are an excellent addition o our community, staffed with people that care about the sport and teaching youngsters (and oldsters alike) on how to safely participate in the sport. For more information on this fine business establishment, please feel free to visit their web site at: http://www.archeryoutpost.net/ Disclaimer: I have no financial interest in Archery Outpost (heck, we just bought my sons bow there, I wish I had a financial interest) and am nothing but a totally satisfied customer.

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