TILDEN TWP., Pa. - One of Berks County's biggest stores has put up a special display.
Cabela's in Tilden Township held a ceremony on Friday to dedicate a "chair of honor."
The chair recognizes soldiers who are missing in action or prisoners of war.
This is the second Cabela's to get a chair of honor, but it won't be the last.
"Hopefully, in the next year or two, all our stores will have a chair of honor dedicated in that individual store to honor the brave men and women who have gone before us in the military," said Ron Leh, retail marketing manager, Cabela's.
More than 92,000 American soldiers are unaccounted for since World War I.
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