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Drum Corps World auction will run through May

The Drum Corps World Historic Record and Memorabilia Auction returns to the Internet for the entire month of May! Starting on Monday May 2, at 10:00 PM EST, all items up for auction can be found at the Drum Corps World auction partner’s Web site, www.drumcorpsvinyl.com . Just click on the current auction link and it will take you to the current items up for bid.

Throughout the Month of May, over 250 rare and unique items will be auctioned off at the world’s largest Web site, www.ebay.com.

New items will be listed every Monday night in May at 10:00 PM EST and each auction will last seven days. The easiest way to find all of the auction items is to go to the www.drumcorpsvinyl.com Web site and click on the “Current eBay Auction Items” button. This will take you directly to all of the items listed.

The auction will feature great items of the drum and bugle corps activity from over the last 30
year — Fleetwood albums, Ken Kolbold recordings, rare record company albums, cassettes, DCI videos, rare one-of-a-kind recordings, program books, newspapers, tickets, clothing, buttons and so much more.

This is a great chance for any drum corps fan or collector to find some of those great drum corps items from years gone by.

Contact Us

Drum Corps World
4926 North Sherman Avenue #H
Madison, WI 53704-8443
Office 608-241-2292
Fax line 608-241-4974
publisher@drumcorpsworld.com

8AM - 11:15AM CST (Mon - Fri)
8AM - 9PM CST (Sat - Sun)
If Steve Vickers is unable to answer the phone, please leave the number where you can be reached, a preferred time to be called back and a brief message about why you're calling. Your call WILL be returned promptly.

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.