​NEWS & EVENTS

New shopping cart system in place

Posted October 21, 2019

In order to improve our members' experience when entering orders from our catalog, and to give us some needed administrative tools, we have taken on a new shopping cart system vendor, RomanCart.  The shopping cart looks different than what you are used to.  For one thing, you will find the RomanCart logo, as well as a statement about their security, at the bottom of the shopping cart page.  Also, order reply emails will look different. This new system will allow us to implement a streamlined order entry procedure in the weeks to come. In the meantime, it has allowed us to add "view cart" and "clear cart" buttons to our catalog.  Like our old shopping cart system, the new system uses PayPal for secure payments by credit card or PayPal and still allows buyers to select payment by check.  As with all the changes that we make, we look forward to your feedback.

Another new web address is available for the Camp Archery Association

Posted May 20, 2019

We've received a few calls from members and prospective members trying to remember the  web addresses for the Camp Archery Association.  They try addresses that seem likely.  One often tried is www.camparcheryassn.com.  As of this morning you can use this address as well as www.camparcheryassoc.com and www.camparcheryassociation.com.  All three addresses will take you to our home page.

New downloadable order form available

Posted May 7, 2019

A new single page downloadable order form is available. Click here to download.

New web address available

Posted March 27, 2019

You can still reach as at www.camparcheryassoc.com.  Now you can also use camparcheryassociation.com.  Both

addresses will take you to the same place.

In sadness

Posted March 27, 2019

 

It is with great sadness that I share the news of the passing of Jeffrey Stern on March 12, 2019.  Jeff's father, Felix Stern, started the Camp Archery Association in 1938.  Jeff had been involved with it since his earliest days.  He took over the management role in 1995 after the passing of his dad and ran it until 2015 when illness prevented him from continuing.  Beyond his steadfast commitment to the CAA and  its members,  Jeff was a good man in all respects.  He will be sorely missed by all those who knew him.