Blaine Bomar has served in every facet of the marching arts: performer, instructor, clinician, consultant, contest coordinator, and adjudicator. He serves as a Program Coordinator and Visual Design Consultant for marching bands and winter guards throughout Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, and Texas. Programs that he has consulted and worked with have performed in venues such as: Tennessee Division One & Two State Championship Finals, Middle Tennessee State University’s Contest of Champions, Kentucky Music Educators Association State Finals, Texas UIL State Marching Band Championships, Winter Guard International Regional Championships Finals, Bands of America Regional Championships Finals and the Bands of America Grand National Championships. Blaine is a proud member of the Central States Judges Association, the US Bands Adjudication Team and the Marching Round table Judges Academy. He has had the opportunity to judge in several states including: Tennessee, Illinois, Ohio,and Kentucky. In addition to his visual work, Bomar is a highly sought out drum major clinician and judge in the state of Tennessee. He worked as an instructor for the Fred J. Miller Summer Clinics teaching Student Leaders and Drum Majors throughout the country then was featured speaker on the Marching Round-table Podcast with Tim Hinton and Dr. Joe Allison discussing how to judge a drum major's performance effectively. Presently, Blaine resides in Murray, Kentucky as the Production Designer/ Staff Coordinator for Summit Designs and is on the design team with the Union City High School Band in Union City, Tennessee.