Eric Sabach, originally from Englewood, NJ, is a sales and brand/product marketing professional in the school products industry, specializing in music and arts education.
He attended West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania and studied Music Education. Soon after college, he was hired by Jostens, Inc. as a sales representative in their printing and publishing division. There his success was marked by working with some of the highest profile accounts in the company, such as, The United States Military Academy at West Point, Cornell University, Columbia University, FIT – Fashion Institute of Technology and many others. Eric has won many high honors for design from associations, such as, the Columbia Scholastic Press, and also the Printing Industry of America. His career path then led him into a sales management position and then a marketing position of which he has won awards for creativity in marketing. He has also worked with the NFL, MLB, NHL, and many of the Fortune 1000 companies in the NJ/NYC area.
Eric has also been actively involved in the marching band and drum corps world having marched with the Garfield Cadets during their early championship years. He has also been part of the faculty of the Star of Indiana and Phantom Regiment. He was the Director of the Blue Stars when they ascended back into DCI Finals and, most recently, has been the Director of Marketing and Business Development for Carolina Crown, helping them further develop their brand strategy and also creating new products and markets to support their non-profit program.
Eric's adjudication background includes DCI, BOA, and WGI and he is a designer/clinician across the United States with many state and national finalists and championships.
An avid sports and live music fan, Eric resides in Spring, TX. He enjoys riding his Harley-Davidson, traveling and watching his Golden Retriever, Bailey Jo, chase after her tennis ball.
Cameron Coday is a resident of Houston and a dedicated member of the Stanbury team serving Texas alongside Eric Sabach. With a lifelong passion for the performing arts, Cameron brings a wealth of experience to ensure exceptional service and support for our valued Texas customers.
Originally from Parker, Colorado, Cameron graduated with high honors with her Bachelor of Music Education and Minor in Leadership playing clarinet at the University of Colorado. She relocated to Houston after graduation, where she dedicated six years to the classroom directing both junior high and high school bands, and earned her Master of Music Education from the American Band College.
In DCI, she marched baritone and euphonium for The Troopers (2013, 2014), Phantom Regiment (2015) and The Cadets (2016). She has served on the brass staff for The Academy Drum and Bugle Corps since 2019. In WGI, Cameron played cymbals for Rise Percussion in 2015 and also appeared as an extra visual member for Matrix Percussion in 2015. Cameron performed with Rise Percussion again in 2017 as a member of their visual team. She performed on baritone for two years with the Golden Buffalo Marching Band at the University of Colorado, and was a clarinet player and Drum Major at Chaparral High School.
Beyond her role at Stanbury, Cameron remains actively involved in the music community. She dedicates her time each fall to various state-bound marching bands, including Dawson High School. Cameron also regularly judges, clinics, and assists local bands and continues to foster her own love of music playing clarinet with the Sugarland Winds. Additionally, Cameron is also content creator for MusicProfessor.com, a product of Conn-Selmer, where she teaches in 39 music fundamental educational videos
Outside of music, Cameron coaches adult weightlifting classes and kids CrossFit. She can regularly be found training for a local marathon, signing up for CrossFit competitions, or lifting in local weightlifting meets. She cherishes quality time with her cat and her boyfriend, and finds joy attending live performances within the vibrant Houston art and music scene.