2020 ATA Trade Show

ICEY-TEK USA and the Rotomolded Ice Chest That Started the Premium Cooler Industry to Attend the 2020 Archery Trade Association (ATA) Show in Indianapolis Indiana

2020 is already shaping up to be a big year for Huntingdon Tennessee based ICEY-TEK USA and the
Mossy Oak Outdoors team as they prepare to announce their collaboration on premium hunting and
fishing coolers. ICEY-TEK USA, a service-disabled veteran-owned company, will be introducing their
Mossy Oak line at this year’s ATA show and taking the opportunity to highlight the military-focused
charities they support.
ICEY-TEK USA CEO and Navy veteran Patrick Mudge is excited to be attending the 2020 ATA Show. “This
will be our first time attending the show. While our coolers were originally developed in 1998 to serve
the sport fisherman and the commercial fishing industry, they quickly were adopted by and popular with
all outdoorsmen and outfitters who need to keep supplies and their harvests from damage and spoiling.
So it's exciting to expand our exposure to a more substantial portion of the archery industry where our
coolers have even been seen double-duty as rugged dry storage boxes to keep hunting clothing and gear
protected from unwanted scents and physical damage.”, Mudge elaborated.
In 2019, ICEY-TEK USA raised over $40K for The Navy SEALs Fund which supports Navy SEALs and their
families, and The Michael Strange Foundation, that supports the Gold-Star families of men and women
who have died in combat. More recently ICEY-TEK USA has also given its online customers the option to
donate a portion of each purchase to two new military-focused non-profits; Special Ops Xcursions, an
all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to making a difference in the Special Operations
Forces (SOF) community by providing active duty SOF service members, their teams, and families with
outdoor adventures. And the Task Force Dagger Foundation, which assists wounded, ill, or injured US
Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) members and their families.
During the ATA Show, retired Navy SEAL and Vice-President of The Navy SEALs Fund, Thomas Dzerian
aka “Drago, The Terrorist Terrorizer.” Dzerian’s journey has taken him from spending two years in a
Polish prison for conducting activities against the former communist regime in Poland to becoming a
U.S. citizen and legendary member of the elite U.S. Navy SEALs. “Drago” will be available at the show on
Thursday at 1 pm - 3pm
You will be able to find the ICEY-TEK USA booth across from the food court.