Drum Corps International, the world leader in producing and sanctioning competitive events for the world's most elite marching music ensembles, is pleased to welcome The Band Hall as its newest valued corporate partner.

Known for its highly-acclaimed design team, Nashville-based The Band Hall is a leading designer and manufacturer of uniforms for drum corps, marching bands, color guards, and winter drum lines. The Band Hall's complete line of band accessories include shoes, gloves, rifles, sabers, flag poles, in-stock flags, and what the company terms "the world's largest selection of flag fabrics."

"The visibility of Drum Corps International and its member corps is far-reaching, and the strong brand identity created by the distinctive nature of a corps' uniform is undeniable. Every year, several Drum Corps International units rely on The Band Hall as valued design partners for the creation of a strong visual identity," said Dan Acheson, executive director and CEO of Drum Corps International.

The Band Hall was responsible for the design and manufacturing of uniforms for the Cadets and color guard costumes for the Santa Clara Vanguard, as well as several other groups for the 2007 Drum Corps International Summer Tour.

As a former drum corps participant and staff member, Keith Hall, President of The Band Hall said, "my experiences in band and drum corps are truly among the highlights of my life, and I am especially excited about the opportunity to be partnering with Drum Corps International."

Along with Drum Corps International and many of its other corporate partners, The Band Hall will exhibit at the Midwest Clinic, the world's largest instrumental music education conference held in Chicago from Dec. 18 – 22.

Learn more at TheBandHall.com.