Edison High School Festival of Marching

Edison High School Band Program is holding our Annual Festival of Marching on Saturday, September 9th, 2017 at Edison High School.
We are pleased to extend an invitation to local businesses to take advantage of this opportunity to sell your merchandise. Your booth will be exposed to parents, students, boosters, family and friends of our own and visiting competing bands from all over New Jersey, including JP Stevens & Metuchen High School. This year, we are expecting over 1000 participants to attend the kick-off to the Marching Band Season. The deadline for booth registration is Saturday, September 2, 2017. Additionally we invite you to advertise your business in our Festival of Marching Program. Color printing is available. The deadline for ads is August 25, 2017. Please visit our website www.ehsbands.org under the Edison Festival of Marching link at the top for forms and information. Any questions may be directed to Stephanie DeSanto at president@ehsbands.org or 732-261-7170. As always we thank our community for their support of the Edison High School Band Program

Contact Information
  1. STEPHANIE DESANTO
  2. 7322617170
  3. president@ehsbands.org
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Edison High School Band Program is holding our Annual Festival of Marching on Saturday, September 9th, 2017 at Edison High School.
We are pleased to extend an invitation to local businesses to take advantage of this opportunity to sell your merchandise. Your booth will be exposed to parents, students, boosters, family and friends of our own and visiting competing bands from all over New Jersey, ...

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