XENIA, Ohio — Vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her lifelong passion for the sport of hunting is the inspiration for a new custom-designed bow announced today by Lakota Industries, Inc.
We are so pleased to introduce the "Sarah-Cuda" to the bow-hunting and archery community," said CEO Dick Williamson, "In addition to honoring Ms. Palin's historic achievement, we wanted to pay tribute to all the women who bear the responsibility of family and work while strengthening the moral fiber of society."
The bow, clad in pink-toned camouflage, weighs in at 3.4 pounds. With a draw length of 25 to 31 inches, the bow is especially designed to accommodate women hunters and archers.
Bows are machined 6061T6 aluminum and sport Barnsdale limbs and use Prostrings from Shel Rosberg.
"It's an honor for us to be able to support the National Association for Down Syndrome with the new 'Sarah-Cuda' bow," Williamson said. "This is a small token of our profound respect and gratitude for the tireless efforts of the caregivers and parents of these extraordinary people. Ten percent of the profits of each bow will be donated to National Association for Down Syndrome (NADS) and other qualified Down syndrome organizations."
Lakota Industries, Inc., manufactures a line of custom-designed bows renowned for high performance and durability. Consistent and accurate, bows designed by Lakota Industries offer exceptional stability, durability, quietness, and efficient speed. In addition to manufacturing fine archery bows, Lakota Industries, Inc. provides hydrographic printing services to the Government and commercial markets. Lakota Industries, Inc is recognized by the federal government as a Native American-owned and operated business.
For more information, visit the company's Web site, www.lakotacorp.com.