San Francisco, CA – April 1, 2008 – The San Francisco Renegades (NYSE: SFR) announced today that they have entered into an historic merger with the Blue Devils C Corps.
At the DCA World Championships, the members of BDC will be used to replace members of the Renegades mid-performance. This first-of-its-kind “second stringer” idea came to pass when one Renegades member was unable to finish a runthrough, asking his son to take his place. The idea was such a hit that the Renegades staff decided to go even younger.
“Why not get members who are as young as possible? They have all kinds of energy. Plus, we would score all kids of Cute Points!,” corps director Greg Gilman was quoted as saying.
The biggest obstacle has been scheduling rehearsals. because many members of BDC have to be in bed early (and because of California’s child labor laws), rehearsals have been moved to 7:30 a.m.
When reached for comment, Renegades President Anne Bragstad mumbled something about frogs being crunchy and then proceeded on to a ten minute diatribe about whether or not Eddie is, in fact, a rat.
ABOUT THE RENEGADES: The Renegades are 7 people and a ham sandwich.