Every marching unit has its own unique banner. It announces who the next unit is, where they are from, and who their sponsor is. I didn’t get the chance to see many back in the day. We were too busy loading / unloading, marching / playing, to just stand idle and watch other units and their banners go by.
50+ years later, I finally get to see what other corps were using to announce their arrival. It’s an important piece of advertising. It sets the tone of the unit that follows. Some are regimental, some are splashy, and some are…underwhelming.
Choose your favorite below, if you can.
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1958 Greenwood Boys Club D&BC
Later known as – The Seattle Thunderbirds
1971 Big Sky Reveliers – Billings, Montana
1973 Alberta Girls – Alberta BC, Canada
1973 Escadrille – Salem, Oregon
1974 Shamrocks – Seattle, Washington
1970s Renaissance – Spokane, Washington
2014 Thunder (Formerly “Spokane Thunder”)
2016 Seattle Cascades, Washington
July 4, 2019
Tri-Cities Columbians, Washington
Pacific Alliance Sr Drum Corps
1969 La Senoritas Drill Team – Seattle, Washington
2013 North Queens Drill Team – Seattle, Washington