The beards came out in full force on Sunday as fans awaited the arrival of Duck Dynasty stars to the grand opening of a Crescent Springs store.
Field & Stream, an outdoor specialty store, opened its doors to the public on Friday with a star-studded three day grand opening.
Rising country star Dustin Lynch kicked off the opening with a free concert on Friday morning. Dozens of fans got the opportunity to meet Lynch after the concert. Friday also included an autograph session with Troy and Jacob Landry of History Channel's "Swamp People." Several pro anglers and hunters were also on hand.
Saturday included a live question and answer session with Bengal's wide receiver AJ Green. Fishing and hunting demonstrations also took place throughout the day.
Sunday morning brought a huge crowd to the store as Si and Alan Robertson from A&E's "Duck Dynasty" celebrated the store's opening. Fans of the show dressed in their finest camo and let their facial hair fly. The Robertsons judged a look-alike contest on Sunday morning and stuck around to sign autographs for fans.
FOX19's Tricia Macke caught up with the Duck Dynasty stars for an exclusive interview.
"A lot of fans don't know it, but I'm the quiet shy type," Si Robertson told Tricia. "That isn't what comes across."
"Si used to be camera shy," adds Alan. "When we used to do our duck hunt videos, we used to have to hide cameras. To get him to perform."
The new store is located at 520 Clock Tower Way at Buttermilk Town Center.
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