Will DCA be around in 5 years?


Will DCA be around in 5 years?  

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  1. 1. Will DCA be around in 5 years?

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DCA was formed 55 years ago by a handful of corps who understood that the American Legion was no longer meeting their needs. That scenario could repeat.  It would require vision, leadership and c

Excellent point.  For Minnesota corps, it costs us about $9K per charter bus (yes, per bus -- not total) to transport the corps members plus additional expenses of getting the trailer and equipment mo

I've not been on here for quite a while, but I've been following the discussion on this topic. I must agree with and bring up something Fran said: DCA had it's own vibe. He's right. I remember some DC

3 hours ago, KeithHall said:

I know BUT......

you're trying to talk logic. but you're talking DCA

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16 hours ago, Jeff Ream said:

you're trying to talk logic. but you're talking DCA

 

16 hours ago, Jeff Ream said:

you're trying to talk logic. but you're talking DCA

LOL Silly me!

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On 1/7/2020 at 6:15 AM, KeithHall said:

DCA may be handed something that would, I hope, make our activity better. With the possibility of DCI adding WW's, here's an opportunity for DCA to maintain the drum and bugle corps activity without much competition (my opinion). 

A lot of revenue DCI and DCI corps make are from people like us who marched from the 1960's on to today. How many of you support a young student to march with a top 12 DCI corps? How many of you want to still see drum and bugle corps and NOT marching band. 

If DCI approves WW's then DCA should begin to put the pieces together to sell it as the ONLY drum and bugle corps association in North America.

Add to this if you'd like!

In North America ? You mean the North East ? 
 

with the exception of a few isolated parcels outside the NE NO ONE knows about DCA for the most part .

 

See now where DCA missed its chance ???

 

i won’t hold my breath waiting for a answer  

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DCI didn’t pass woodwinds.......for now

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but it seems a subcommittee of some sort passed it before sending it the the corps to vote on. isn't that the way other major changes have happened?  try once, twice, three times...

 

I still have my "No Amps" t-shirts

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On 1/11/2020 at 11:06 PM, dbriggs said:

but it seems a subcommittee of some sort passed it before sending it the the corps to vote on. isn't that the way other major changes have happened?  try once, twice, three times...

 

I still have my "No Amps" t-shirts

Yep..I still have the screen shots of all the people on here that tried to tell me that Wood Winds would never happen as it was a matter of fact sort of thing. Same people that told me no electronics on the field in both DCI and then in DCA. Can't wait to break out the receipts. 

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7 hours ago, camel lips said:

Yep..I still have the screen shots of all the people on here that tried to tell me that Wood Winds would never happen as it was a matter of fact sort of thing. Same people that told me no electronics on the field in both DCI and then in DCA. Can't wait to break out the receipts. 

still no woodwinds

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