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Less than two weeks before their first game of the 2019-2020 season of the A-League, the Jets are still looking for a copyright sponsor for the front of their kit.
Inspirations Paint will be appearing again on their strip of land for the fourth season in a row, while O Neills Tires and Autocare have secured the training kit signage.
But Newcastle's new home jersey remains in the spotlight and the expected asking price between $ 300,000 and $ 400,000 would seem cheap at half the price, while FC Sydney would receive $ 900,000. Star Casino.
McKinna said the Jets were "in discussion with a group for now" and "ideally" would have a sponsor in place before the first home game, against Adelaide on Saturday, October 26.
But he added: "We are open to offers".
For their first two seasons under the ownership of Chinese billionaire Martin Lee, the Jets announced the promotion of his company, the Ledman Group, on their home kit.
Last season, they started with the Ledman logo before signing an agreement for the last four home games with the Queensland-based real estate development company, Privium Homes.
"Obviously we can still hand over Ledman there," McKinna said.
"But we try to leave it as long as possible, and hope that companies will notice that there is a vacancy and think that it is an opportunity for them to make themselves known."
Of the 11 clubs present this week, Newcastle and Adelaide were the only two not to present major sponsors in their kit.
McKinna said the market was hard to break, but the sponsorship division made it more affordable for potential sponsors.
"Regional clubs have a hard time finding the best performing sponsors, so it helps to separate them," he said.
"Even some of the biggest clubs have done the same, and Melbourne Victory has done so in the past, they had both a home sponsor and an outside sponsor."
Attracting a major sponsor is not a new dilemma for the Jets. The former owners, Con Constantine and Nathan Tinkler, both announced the promotion of their own sweater business during their tenure.
McKinna felt that the sponsors would benefit from a good value, being exposed not only in the Newcastle media, but also via Foxtel and the ABC's free television coverage.