San Francisco, CA, April 06, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- At its recent annual conference, the California Band Directors Association honored Scott Grady, manager of J.W. Pepper's branch in Fremont, CA, with the 2007 Distinguished Service Award. According to Grady, "It was a great honor to be recognized at the banquet. They also awarded Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger at the event. He has opened up a lot of funding for music and the arts in California."
The California Band Directors Association is a professional organization for school band instructors throughout the state from all levels of public, private, and collegiate educational institutions.
J.W. Pepper, the leading retailer of sheet music in the world, has been in business for 130 years, with 15 locations across the country. Over its history, the company has been in business with the likes of John Philip Sousa and Charles Ives.
Grady manages the store located in San Francisco's East Bay city of Fremont, where he and his staff serve customers in northern California, Nevada and Idaho. They offer a fine direct mail catalog service and web shopping experience targeted to the needs of music directors and music enthusiasts.