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    Drum Corps West was founded in the mid 70's as a governing organization for the drum corps of the eleven western states and two western provinces of Canada.
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    With a full time administrator,office manager and staff, along with a special public relations office specifically designed to meet the needs of western corps, Drum Corps West aided in the development of contest markets, corps facilities while traveling, better communications between all the units in the West, and in the sponsorship of the biggest contest in the region.
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[[Drum Corps West]] was founded in the mid [[1970s]] (still active in [[1997]]) as a governing organization for the drum corps of the eleven western states and two western provinces of Canada.
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With a full time administrator,office manager and staff, along with a special public relations office specifically designed to meet the needs of western corps, Drum Corps West aided in the development of contest markets, corps facilities while traveling, better communications between all the units in the West, and in the sponsorship of the biggest contest in the region.
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Founding operational staff included:
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* Administrator: [[Fred R. Lopez]]
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* Publicity director: [[Harvey Berish]]
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* Chief Judge: [[Roger Olsen]]
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== References ==
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* [http://www.faqs.org/faqs/drumcorps-faq/part2/ Drumcorps FAQ 2/6 Corps' addresses] [[R.A.M.D.]] 27 December 1998
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Latest revision as of 13:28, 18 September 2006

Drum Corps West was founded in the mid 1970s (still active in 1997) as a governing organization for the drum corps of the eleven western states and two western provinces of Canada. With a full time administrator,office manager and staff, along with a special public relations office specifically designed to meet the needs of western corps, Drum Corps West aided in the development of contest markets, corps facilities while traveling, better communications between all the units in the West, and in the sponsorship of the biggest contest in the region.

Founding operational staff included:

References

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