Holmen, WI---A young Packers fan from Western Wisconsin is holding his ground amongst a family full of Vikings fans.
And he loves the Packers so much, that he's worn his Aaron Rodgers jersey everyday for three years.
Carrie Vick has more.
There's little question what David Pehl will be wearing when he comes down the stairs each morning.
"Everyone asks, 'Is he still wearing the shirt?' Yes, he's still wearing the shirt," says David's mother Jessica Pehl.
You can barely see it now.
"His name is almost worn off."
But that's an Aaron Rodgers jersey.
"It looked normal when he first started wearing it, but now it's worn out, faded," says David's friend Caeden Kruger.
And for good reason.
David's been wearing it for 1,034 consecutive days. But he still has a ways to go, he's shooting for more than four years.
"Here we are almost 3 years later and he's still doing it," says David's dad, Dave Pehl.
David's dad, Dave, said he'll take some of the blame for planting the idea.
"I made the mistake of mentioning the boy that had worn the Brett Favre jersey just over four years and at that point he said, 'Hm, is there even a record?' and I said I don't know if there's a record for an Aaron Rodgers jersey,' so he said, 'Well, I'm going to try and break the record, says Dave.
And while keeping that kind of resolve is a big challenge in and of itself, try doing it as the lone Packers fan in the family.
"All I can say is 'go Vikings," says Dave.
David's entire family are Vikings fans.
"How long have you been a Packers fans? Long time," says David.
"Being a Viking family we tried to convert him, but once we knew he wasn't going to convert we said OK."
And while David may not say much about his goal or his dedication to the Packers, his jersey and the Packer sanctuary he's carved out at home, speaks for itself.
"I told my friends so they didn't think I turned into a Packer fan that I wore my Viking jersey while I painted it on the wall," says Dave.
And with a year left to go, David's motivation is the hope of someday meeting the man whoe name used to be on the back of his jersey.
"Who are you hoping to meet?"
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