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Historic items available in latest auctions

What better way to find yourself or that special drum corps fan on your gift list a treasure from drum corps years gone by!

Starting November 9,2006 at 10:00 PM EST, Drum Corps World and its auction partner, www.drumcorpsnation.com, will launch another series of auctions containing drum and bugle corps items that span the activity over the past 40 years. All auctions will be held at the world’s largest auction site, www.ebay.com. The best way to find a list of each week’s auction items is to visit www.drumcorpsnation.com.

Auctions will begin on November 9,16, 30 and December 7 and will last seven days each. Items such as older DCI yearbooks and program books, back issue sets of Drum Corps World, pins, buttons, stickers, patches, uniform parts, never-worn t-shirts from DCI Finals in the 1970s, videos, CDs, audio tapes,vinyl records and more will be available.

Over the last 15 years, Drum Corps World has been bringing these types of auctions to fans of the activity. Please feel free to stop by and see some great drum corps memorabilia.

Don’t forget to bid, because once these items are gone, they are history!

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Drum Corps World
4926 North Sherman Avenue #H
Madison, WI 53704-8443
Office 608-241-2292
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About DCW

Drum Corps World is published as an on-line electronic magazine by Sights & Sounds, Inc., Madison, WI. It is supported by advertising from manufacturers, service providers, corps, circuits and show sponsors. The publication began in October 1971 at the same time Drum Corps International was formed and has been produced continuously as a tabloid newspaper until April 2011 and on the Internet since May 2011. It is released monthly, as well as six additional e-mail blasts, one in late June, three during July and two in August.

The worldwide staff of writers and photographers provide show reviews during the season and interviews, feature articles, news and human interest stories during the off-season. The photographs that appear in the magazine are provided by 27 staff members who are scattered around the world. The publication covers World and Open Class Drum Corps International corps, Open and Class A Drum Corps Associates corps, alumni, mini-, parade and standstill units, as well as the growing activity in Europe, the Far East, Southeast Asia, the Philippines and South Africa.