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Sean Vega Joins Pro-Mark’s Family Of Endorsers

Pro-Mark Corporation welcomes Sean Vega to its family of endorsers and signature artists.

Sean Vega is a percussion staff member of The Concord Blue Devils, Program Coordinator and Battery Arranger for the WGI Independent World Class Champion Riverside Community College (RCC), and accomplished arranger, composer and choreographer.

Serving as a member of the prestigious percussion staff of the twelve-time DCI Champion Concord Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps, Sean is no stranger to corps life or The Blue Devils. He has spent thirteen combined years with The Blue Devils as a member of the tenor line from 1994 to 1997, winning the DCI Multi-Tenor Individual Title in 1995, and a staff member from 1998 to the present. Sean has helped the corps win six DCI Championships and four DCI High Percussion Awards.

Sean’s time at RCC has also been successful. Since RCC’s inaugural visit to WGI World Championships in 2002, the ensemble has ranked in the top 2 placements five times and has won three Gold Medals. RCC is also home to the world-renowned Marching Tigers, a regular guest at Bands of America Grand National Championships, and has appeared in numerous television commercials, television shows, and movies.

As an arranger, composer, and choreographer, Sean’s list of credits include the award winning SeaWorld production entitled “Riptide,” and entertainment provided for a long list of distinguished companies such as Rite Aid, Mazda, Peoplesoft, Cisco, Wells Fargo, Jaguar, National Basketball Association, and the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon.

Sean is a graduate of both Riverside Community College and California State University-San Bernardino. He received an Associate of Arts degree from Riverside Community College in 2002 and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Relations from California State University San Bernardino in 2005.

Sean is a proud endorser of Pro-Mark, Dynasty USA, Remo, Zildjian, and Xymox. http://www.promark.com

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