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Millner honors Dick Cabela at shareholder meeting

Company reports nearly $1 billion revenue increase since 2010


Caitlin Sievers

Cabela's CEO Tommy Millner thanked co-founder Mary Cabela for attending the company's 2014 shareholder meeting at the Sidney High School Performing Arts Center.

A revenue growth of $475 million in 2013 as well as more stores in the future were highlights of the 2014 Cabela's shareholder meeting, held at Sidney High School Performing Arts Center.

"You'll notice I'm not in a suit and tie," Cabela's CEO Tommy Millner told the audience. "There's several reasons for that. I hate suits and ties."

He explained that he donned the "tans" that Cabela's outfitters wear in honor of the company's founder Dick Cabela, who died earlier this year. This is the first shareholder meeting the company held without him.

"It symbolizes everything that we think about an...

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