For some Northern Coloradans, the Donald Trump rally in Loveland signified something of a Black Friday doorbuster event - prompting one man to show up over 12 hours early.

"One young man got here - you won't believe this - at 4:30 in the morning," said Trump. "Where is he?"

Out from stage right walks a man dressed in a white Trump Pence shirt and red "Make America Great Again" hat to greet the Donald with a big bear hug.

We caught video and photos of the embrace that took place at the Budweiser Events Center on Monday. If you can help us identify the man, that would be much appreciated (or at least share this moment with him, because I'm sure he'd love to re-live it).

Rally-goers were allowed to begin showing up as early as 2 a.m. on Monday. Doors didn't open until 3 p.m. and Trump took the podium at around 6. Guest speakers included Congressman and master of ceremony, Ken Buck, as well as former head coach of the Denver Broncos, Mike Shanahan.

See more photos of the rally HERE

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