With a score of 98.7, the Blue Devils closed out their season undefeated. In addition to the championship title, they also won awards for Best Color Guard, Best Visual Performance, Best Percussion, and Best General Effect.
In addition, the Blue Devils B Corps took 2nd place in the Open Class division.
The Blue Devils World Class and Open Class Drum Corps perform exclusively on King System Blue brass instruments. These instruments were designed and performance tested in partnership during the 2010 Championship season for the Blue Devils.
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