Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Victory Archery Partners with Dirt Nap TV

Victory Archery™ is excited to announce a new partnership with Dirt Nap TV for the second season of the outdoor web show.

Dedicated hunters who pursue their passion in addition to a regular 9-5, the Dirt Nap TV team needs the very best bowhunting gear to capitalize on every opportunity they get. As The Carbon Arrow Experts™, Victory Archery delivers the most dependable performance and high-quality construction of any arrow ever built.

“We love partnering with genuine, hard-working hunters who earn every bit of success they see,” says Jayson Bentcik, National Sales Manager at Victory Archery. “The Dirt Nap TV team shares the ups and downs of bowhunting, and we look forward to helping these real-life, down-to-earth outdoorsmen and women have even more success in the field.”

About Dirt Nap TV

Dirt Nap TV follows a group of everyday hunters on their epic journeys in pursuit of everything wild. The team documents their trials and tribulations of striving to give game a dirt nap. Episodes of Dirt Nap TV are available on YouTube.

About Victory Archery

Victory Archery is a team of archers, aerospace engineers, hunters and target shooters who each hold the highest standards in their disciplines. This has allowed for the melding of technology and innovation creating cutting edge hunting and target shooting arrows. Victory’s parent company, Mitsubishi Chemical America, is one of the largest manufacturers of carbon fiber in the world with manufacturing and research facilities distributed across the United States. This vertical integration gives Victory engineers direct access to the highest-grade carbon fiber technology available and gives hunters as well as target archers alike access to the most high-performance arrows ever produced. With precision engineering and infrastructure from one of the world’s largest carbon manufacturers behind Victory, it’s no wonder they are globally recognized as The Carbon Arrow Experts. Explore the product line and technology at: