We understand that when you don't have to worry about your equipment, you can spend more time worrying about cleaning "and" counts and making positive memories.
Well, WGI and DSI have teamed up this year to offer 1 lucky scholastic WGI group the chance to win the Ultimate Guard Room Makeover!
Simply make a video like the one below (using your phone's camera, Snapchat, etc.), upload it to YouTube, and share the link in the application form. It couldn't be simpler!
The link to your future guard room can be found here. Applications are due by November 15 at midnight. Don't miss out on this opportunity!
Danielle Geier lives for pageantry and the marching arts. Passionate about colorguard, she has marched since she was in 7th grade. She marched with the Morton High School band program for a total of 6 years, including 3 years in their circuit-level winterguard. She was a 4 year camper at the Music for All Summer Symposium and marched in the 2009 Bands of America Tournament of Roses Parade Honor Band. She went on to attend Murray State University, where she studied English Education, was an active member in the MSU Racer Band, and was devoted to her sisters in the Sigma Alpha Iota music fraternity. She marched with The Cadets Drum and Bugle Corps in 2010, 2011, and 2014 as well, earning a bronze and gold metal during her tenure. She has teched, choreographed, and directed for Marshall County High School, Calloway County High School, Bethel University, and Morton High School. Geier currently resides in Waukesha, Wisconsin, where she directs the Waukesha North Northstar Marching Color Guard and the Waukesha United Winterguard. She is also a staff member at the Music For All Summer Symposium.