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Support Drum Corps

Post by SCVBaritone » Wed Feb 01, 2006 5:47 am

Corporate sponsorship and a strong booster base and alumni support is what is needed.In Cal, casinos are popping up everywhere and this is not a good thing for non-profits.I hope we don't see more DIV 1 corps sitting out the season like our old friends in Wyoming.

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Post by Kimberly » Wed Feb 01, 2006 9:07 pm

We had bigger problems--but I agree, I hope no other corps has to take a season off--for any reason.

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Post by CaptnContra » Wed Feb 01, 2006 11:51 pm

SCVBaritone wrote:Corporate sponsorship and a strong booster base and alumni support is what is needed.In Cal, casinos are popping up everywhere and this is not a good thing for non-profits.I hope we don't see more DIV 1 corps sitting out the season like our old friends in Wyoming.


Maybe we're missing a golden opportunity here... The Pechanga Crest from Temecula, CA, you may take the field for competition...

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Post by SCVBaritone » Thu Feb 02, 2006 7:37 am

Yeah, If you can conjure up a legal team to wade through the mirky line between casinos and non-profits...Dude, I'm In.
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