Line-up to Trump rally began more than 29 hours before the President's arrival

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MOSINEE, Wis. (WSAW) You'd be hard pressed to find a Wisconsinite who couldn't handle 30 degree weather but dozens of Trump supporters from across the country were happy to brace the cold to line-up and wait for President Trump's rally in Mosinee.

A group who has dubbed themselves "Front Row Joes" were the first to start the line-up outside the Endeavor Hangar near the Central Wisconsin Airport in Mosinee.

Randall Thom, a Front Row Joe member, told NewsChannel 7 the group arrived at 1p.m. Tuesday afternoon-- a whopping 29 hours before President Trump was scheduled to make his remarks.

Security and organizers will let people in the doors and through security starting at 3:30 Wednesday. The President is set to begin speaking at 6:30 p.m.

Per security rules, you can not bring any posters, banners, signs or professional cameras into the event. You do not need an I.D. to enter the event. All the event parking, entrances and security checks will be done at the hanger and there will be signs directing you where to go.

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