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Magic names assistant director

Magic of Orlando (Orlando, FL)
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Dr. David Kampschroer has been named Magic of Orlando’s assistant director for the 2003 season. He will work directly with the executive director in the areas of finance, public relations and staff.

Kampschroer has been in the drum corps activity since 1948. He marched with Phantom Regiment from 1960-1962, was one of the founders of the Blue Stars and served as their executive director until 1980. He was a founding member of Drum Corps International, served as chairman of the board for DCI and was selected to their first Hall of Fame class in 1985. He was most recently the director of Phantom Regiment for the 1999 season.

He brings a wealth of knowledge and leadership to the organization. The board of directors and management welcome Kampschroer and wish him much success for the 2003 season.

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