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NEWCASTLE JETS LAND NEW INDUSTRY SPONSOR

17-02-2015
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The Newcastle Jets A-League soccer club received a major boost this month with the addition of a new partner to its sponsor family.

For the next four home games work gear supplier GotStock.com.au will feature on the back of the team’s playing kits – and the Club’s members and fans can also benefit.

From now until the Club’s home clash against Adelaide United on March 29, Jets fans can receive free delivery on all purchases from the GotStock.com.au website delivered to destinations across the Hunter Valley in NSW.

And GotStock.com.au is offering Newcastle Jets members and supporters 50 per cent off on a wide range of industrial and consumable products for a limited time only. Simply use coupon code GETSOME at checkout on GotStock.com.au to redeem.

As an added bonus, GotStock.com.au representatives will be present at the club’s next four home games with a special “back to work” JBS Toolkit offer. Newcastle supporters can receive $250 off a toolkit guaranteed to last for life.

GotStock.com.au is home to the A-Z of industrial, warehouse, office and workplace and safety supplies.

The company promises consumers that their gear is always in stock. This means there is no delay in shipping and no need for customers to waste time hunting for available goods.

GotStock.com.au Sales & Business Manager, Chris Foster, said GotStock want to recognise and reward the loyalty of Jets supporters.

“The fans of the Newcastle Jets and the people of the Hunter have stuck solid through a difficult time for the Club, so we are delighted that through our sponsorship with the Jets we can in some way recognise their loyalty,” Mr Foster said.

“We are also coming on board because we believe in the efforts of the players and the Club as they continue to build and aim to have a strong finish to Hyundai A-League season ten.”

“We have an easy to use website where fans can purchase a wide range of products, and we hope that Jets supporters will take advantage of our free delivery deal to customers in the Hunter Valley,” he said.

The sponsorship deal comes at a time when the Newcastle Jets added talented players Daniel Mullen, Travis Cooper and Lee Ki-je to its ranks.

Newcastle Jets defender and local product, Taylor Regan, said it’s great that GotStock.com.au have jumped on board with the Club and is providing product incentives for Jets fans.

“Newcastle Jets are keen to repay GotStock’s faith and the support of our fans with some solid performances through the second half of the season,” Regan said.

“We hope our fans come along to see us against Western Sydney, Central Coast, Sydney, and Adelaide throughout the GotStock.com.au sponsorship period and take advantage of their offers.”

For more information visit: http://GotStock.com.au or call 1800 688 644.

 

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