Even with temperatures close to freezing, and wind chills in the teens, these teens are hoping to be the first ones in the door of the new Buffalo Wild Wings.
"We had to get a bunch of blankets, comforters, pillows, then we got a card table, guitar, and we got a fire so we got some food for tonight, so we should be good," said Austin Nichols.
The reason? The first 100 people in the door Monday, will receive free wings for a year.
Austin Nichols, Slade Dickson, and Logan Bash all have President's Day off of school, and decided to camp out overnight to be one of the first 100 people in line.
"Well, it was kind of like all of us. We were at school and we saw it on the internet, and we were like, all right we got to get a group of people together, and go out there, and it's definitely worth it," added Nichols.
Patrons started gathering outside of the new Buffalo Wild Wings on Brandywine Boulevard as early as four in the afternoon.
Grant Trippett and Alexis Wiseman opted to sleep overnight in their Jeep.
"We got blankets and pillows in the back, if we got too cold, hop in to get warm," said Trippett.
All of the people camping outside are putting hostility aside in exchange for comradery in hopes of making their cold evening all worth it in the end.
"We figured it out to $260 dollars and that's $260 more we got," added Logan Bash.