Ever wonder how to begin the process of purchasing new uniforms? Obviously this is a question that many schools have. In last spring’s National Report of Music Parents & Booster Organizations, nearly one third of the respondents said they raised money to purchase new uniforms.
We thought it would be good to look at the process, including everything from designing a new uniform to shopping for best pricing and the ordering process. Then we’ll answer questions about how long these garments should last and how best to care for them.
Eric Sabach will be our lead presenter on this webinar. Eric is a sales and brand/product marketing professional in the school products industry, specializing in music and arts education.
He attended West Chester University in West Chester, Pennsylvania, and studied Music Education. Eric has also been actively involved in the marching band and drum corps world, having marched and also been part of the faculty of the Star of Indiana and Phantom Regiment. He was the Director of the Blue Stars when they ascended back into DCI Finals and, most recently, has been the Director of Marketing and Business Development for Carolina Crown, helping them further develop their brand strategy and creating new products and markets to support their non-profit program. He is now a sales professional with Stanbury Uniforms.
Eric will be joined by Monte Mast, director of fine arts for the Klein Independent School District outside of Houston, TX. Monte is a former band director and now oversees all fine arts educators in a district with 4 high schools, 9 intermediate schools and 29 elementary schools. As an administrator he has been through this process of ordering uniforms more than once from multiple manufacturers.
We hope you will find this unbiased webinar helpful as you’re preparing to purchase new uniforms.
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