Supporters young and old took advantage of the half-term break to visit the Millers home, where Lee Frecklington, Joe Newell and Jon Taylor took up position in the shop to pose for photos and sign autographs.
The queue to meet the Millers trio extended right through the shop, snaking into main reception with many of the waiting supporters using the opportunity to fill in forms to sign up to the Junior Millers scheme.
Many supporters also took advantage of the savings in the Red and White Shop sale with some opting to get shirts and pictures signed by Frecklington, Newell and Taylor.
Club captain Frecklington expressed his delight at the chance to meet with the attending members of the Millers’ faithful and admitted he was pleased to see so many take time out of the half-term break to do so.
“It is always nice to have a chat with and meet the people that give us their unwavering support and put names to the faces that follow us home and away,” he told www.themillers.co.uk.
“It was a fantastic turnout and we were positioned so that we could see the queue going all the way through the shop and backing up into reception.
“I speak on behalf of myself, Joe, Jon and all the lads, when I say that we really appreciate your support and you can definitely make the difference as the 12th man at games, so please stick with us."