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Kilties show off new uniform top at January rehearsal

The Racine Kilties have plans to field a new uniform concept for 2004. “Our objective is to provide a design that will help with visual form readability and to pull the eyes up from the white spats,” said Executive Director Mike Phillips. “We asked Michael Cesario to provide us with a design concept, and he delivered us an excellent prototype that has achieved our objectives. We are very excited about taking the Kilties to the next level. This is exactly what is happening. Improving our visual program is our No. 1 priority. A new uniform is just one step in this journey.”

The Kilties have recently launched a Capital Improvement Fund campaign to fund the purchase of new uniforms, equipment and a new corps truck. Fans are encouraged to contribute to the Capital Improvement Fund by going to the Kilties’ Web site at www.kilties.org.

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