Couple Hopes Billboard Will Bring Taliban-Held POW Home

Chrissy and Nick Marsaglia are using electronic billboards to raise awareness about Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl.
3:00 | 02/25/14

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You might not know the name -- -- doll but for anyone driving up and down interstate five east of Tacoma Washington. He's impossible -- and that's exactly the point Bober doll is that US army soldier captured by the Taliban in Afghanistan. Back in 2009. We just we can't like it's we've got to do everything we stand to bring awareness of the situation. Nick and Chris -- -- we are former Marines who began the billboard campaign its spreading from highways on Washington State across the country. To bring awareness to bird dolls unique plight. And -- -- -- is even more critical now that US troops are leaving Afghanistan. When you start to draw down from a war zone on its gonna be more difficult to pull bow out of that -- You can find out more about this billboard project at bringing home -- dot com.

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