Aaron Rodgers signs autographs for a good cause

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers signs autographs for fans during a Match Day for the Salvation Army at Lambeau Field, December 12, 2016. (WLUK/Mike Murad)

GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- It will be a nice holiday gift for the Salvation Army, thanks to Packers quarterback, Aaron Rodgers and 200 fans.

Rodgers will be signing autographs Monday night at Lambeau Field.

Fans are being asked to donate at least $100 per autograph.

Rodgers will then match the total donation for a minimum of $40,000 for the Salvation Army.

The signing event is limited to the first 200 people in line.

Some fans made sure they weren't missing out, and started camping out way before the crack of dawn.

The Packers are opening the doors at 7:00 p.m., but the very first person in line, a fan from Appleton, says he and his wife showed up at 2:30 a.m.

"It wasn't too bad. We spent the first hour or so out in the car and then as others joined we just took turns watching the chairs as other people arrived," said Mark Stelzl.

So how do you spend more than half a day waiting for a 2-second signature?

Stelzl said he was checking emails from work as his wife made out Christmas cards.

Next Monday, other Packers players will be on hand to sign autographs to benefit the Salvation Army.

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