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  1. London New Year’s Day 2015 Trip Information

  2. Travel Details Depart Saturday December 27, 2014 Return Saturday January 3, 2015 Times TBA using multiple airlines including Delta, British Airways, and United Valid Passports and Visa’s are required Includes 1 Checked Bag up to 50 pounds and Shipping of Instrument Economy Travel Also includes transfers to and from Hartsfield and Hethrow Airports

  3. The Parade 2015 will mark the 29th annual parade and Festival The parade route includes Piccadilly Circus, Regent Street, Trafalgar Square, and Whitehall with a finale area adjacent to the Palace of Westminster, Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey. A street audience in excess of half a million people typically attends the parade TV Broadcasts of the Parade reach over 280 million and is the most televised New Year’s Day parade in the world

  4. Cadogan Hall Performance Concert as part of the London Gala Concert Series featuring our Chorus, Orchestra and Wind Ensemble Members Home of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra People pay money to hear these concerts (free tickets are given to chaperones and non-performers) Concerts are recorded and broadcasted We will be performing at their Christmas themed event… Date TBA

  5. Included Guided Tours London’s West End Tower of London including Crown Jewels Greenwich including Royal Observatory, Prime Meridian, and 2012 Olympic Park Cruise on the River Thames Windsor and Hampton Court including Tudor Palace

  6. Included Audio Tours All audio walks are done in group and located on a personal mp3 player that is yours to keep. Parade Route Guide Princes, Palaces, and Power Art-rageous London Murder Mystery and Mayhem in London London – Rock & Roll Capital of the World Harry Potter’s London

  7. Accomodations Six nights at a First Class Hotel in downtown London. All chaperone rooms double occupancy Most student rooms double occupancy, but can be triple or quad depending on bedding Hotels TBA but have before included Charing Cross, The Grand at Trafalgar Square, or Intercontinental London Security Included

  8. Workshop with Dr. Tim Author of “The Art of Successful Teaching” and “The Joy of Inspired Teaching” two of the leading books and texts for music educators. Considered the “gold standard” for clinicians involving student leadership in music. Former director of Bands of America and co-author of Essential Elements Current director of education for Conn / Selmer and on the faculty at Ball State University. Most of the Stampede Officer Training comes from his clinics

  9. Other Inclusions Unlimited access to “The Tube” Buffet Breakfast each morning Four Dinners in London at hotel or various restaurants Three Meal vouchers for fast food outlets (valued at 12.00 pounds) New Year’s Party at the Hotel 8X10 photo of the group Tickets to a show in London’s West End Trip Insurance

  10. Cost Total Maximum for all persons $3,100 Estimate Trip Cost for Members and Chaperones $2,000 to $2,500 Land Only Portion Maximum $2,100 Estimate Land Only Portion $1,200 - $1,600 Schedule for PaymentsNovember 22, 2013 - $100 February 18, 2014 - $300 May 2, 2013 - $500 September 2 - $600 October 27 – Final Payment

  11. Fundraising Normal Fundraisers Normal 80% / 20% split after “Fair Share” is met per normal policy April General Meeting until August 11 100% goes to credits for fees and London Cooperate Sponsorships 20% to credits for person securing Donations or Charitable Funds Business must go to organization Private donors can donate specifically Specific Sale fundraisers will go 100% to credits for trip The activities still continue

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