Checklist For Starting An Archery Range:

1. Choose a Location: When selecting a location, consider factors such as available space, potential customer base, access to public transportation and parking availability.

2. Obtain Necessary Permits & Licenses: Determine what permits or licenses you may need in order to open and operate an archery range.

3. Create a Business Plan: Outline your goals, budget, services, target market and marketing strategies in a business plan.

4. Research Equipment & Supplies: Investigate the necessary equipment and supplies you need to set up the range such as targets, bows, arrows, safety gear and lighting.

5. Invest in Quality Equipment: Look for durable and reliable equipment that will withstand the wear and tear of regular use.

6. Hire Staff: If you plan to hire staff, ensure they have the relevant qualifications and experience.

7. Develop a Safety Plan: Create a safety plan outlining procedures for both customers and employees to follow while at the range.

8. Advertise & Promote: Develop a marketing plan that outlines how you will promote your archery range, such as through print and digital media.

9. Set Prices: Determine the pricing structure for services offered at the archery range including equipment rental and instruction fees.

10. Open for Business: Once your archery range is ready, welcome customers and start enjoying the rewards of running a business.