POW-MIA CHAIR OF HONOR PROGRAM


PROGRAM MISSION

The Rolling Thunder®, Inc. National POW-MIA Chair of Honor Program is intended to support Rolling Thunder's main mission by bringing daily reminders of the POW-MIA issue to cities and towns, big and small, across the nation.

A POW-MIA chair in any location is to remain perpetually empty to help people remember that even though our soldiers are not here, there is still a space for them.

POW/MIA Chairs of Honor can be found in public spaces ranging from professional sports stadiums to small town city halls, and everywhere in between. Rolling Thunder®, Inc. chapters nationwide also have portable POW-MIA Chairs of Honor for their individual chapter activities, like VA facility visits and local veterans' events.

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PROGRAM CHAIRS

There are two types of POW-MIA Chairs of Honor available: Fixed and Portable.

* Fixed POW-MIA Chairs

Stadium chair that bolts to concrete, aluminum, and wood decks or floors

Can be used indoors or outside, can be left permanently outside

Stanchion infill panels will display Rolling Thunder NY Chapter 3

Additional Rolling Thunder memorial plaque
* Portable POW-MIA Chairs

Portable chair that folds flat for transport

Can be used indoors or outside, cannot be left permanently outside

Features Rolling Thunder message on the seat, saving the cost of a memorial plaque

Seat text customizable for Rolling Thunder NY Chapter 3 and town/venue or dedication date
 









For cost information, any comments or questions, please contact:
Shelley Croshier, RTNY3 POW-MIA Chair of Honor, Email: COH@rtnych3.com

Rolling Thunder NY Chapter 3 serves the Mid Hudson Region of New York. To find your local Chapter please email:

Elaine Martin, National Secretary
POW/MIA Chair of Honor Committee
Rolling Thunder®, Inc. National
elainemartin1002@gmail.com



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