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Congratulations to our good friend and great partner – Pacific Crest Drum & Bugle Corps CEO Stuart Pompel – on being named the 2020 DCI World Class Director of the Year. Every time Stuart talks about drum corps, whether the topic is competitive placement, show design or even the daunting challenges of this 2020 season, he invariably steers the conversation back to people – the marching members and the experience they deserve, his staff and their incredible commitment, the communities Pacific Crest serves and the ways they reach out to transform and inspire. Congratulations Stuart Pompel. We are proud to be a part of everything you bring to Pacific Crest and DCI. #stanburyproud ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago
Did you catch the Virtual Drum Corps performance? Over 2,000 performers from 11 countries. We're proud to have provided the real look for this virtual corps! Watch the performance here: https://facebook.com/virtualartsinc/videos/… #stanburyproud ... See MoreSee Less
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Elad looked like a boss in this uniform! You guys did well!
3 days ago
We’re proud to support DCI and all the good that drum corps does for young people. Gary Roberts, our beloved CEO from 1993 until his passing in 2017, believed strongly in supporting music education at all levels. He began our corporate relationship with DCI while also passionately supporting all the great drum corps who came to be a part of the Stanbury family. He took a personal interest in the people who made drum corps succeed and loved cheering on kids of all corps, but most especially his son Jake, who was a member of Pacific Crest and the Madison Scouts. Pictured here is Gary accepting a plaque at DCI Finals in 2012 and below that is his granddaughter Ashley Roberts and his son Steve Roberts, now GM of Stanbury Uniforms, accepting a plaque from DCI in honor of Gary in 2017. Learn more about Gary Roberts via the link here: https://dci.org/news/… #stanburyproud ... See MoreSee Less
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We remember, then time marches on.💛
Love this post Patrick Seidling! Gary Roberts was an important mentor to me and many others! Miss him so much!
4 days ago
Our final feature in this week’s "back in my corps days" pictures is Mike Whittemore, our long-time North Carolina sales manager! Mike was a member of the Blue Stars in 1977 (he’s on the far right in the b/w pic below!) and went on to be a successful band director before joining the Stanbury team. As one of our longest-tenured team members, Mike serves as a great friend and mentor to all in our Stanbury family. He’s an enthusiastic Blue Star supporter and has served as a clinician for high school and college programs throughout his region, including Hampton College, Duke University and the University of South Carolina. #stanburyproud ... See MoreSee Less
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More “throw back" pics of our team's DCI years! Today’s feature: Pat Seidling, our Ca-Az-Nv rep who has spent a lifetime in the activity. Pat started in the Eau Claire Sundowners at 8 years old, where his entire family was deeply involved. He went on to the Pioneer and finished his marching days as a Madison Scout in 1983 and 1984. A history teacher before becoming a full-time corps director, Pat served on the DCI Board of Directors, earned a DCI Director of the Year Award and has worked with music programs on 5 continents. For the past 15 years Pat has been part of the management team in the Blue Devils organization, helping to assure that generations to come can enjoy drum corps as much as he has. #stanburyproud ... See MoreSee Less
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They left out my favorite part of your bio—tutored Shaq. How cool is that. That and part of the ‘84 “swine line!!”
Pat is the best of the best! Blue Devils are fortunate to have his stellar leadership.
Best rep ever and even better person. #stanburyproud
The MAN! Yes!
Patrick, what a history, Pham!
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