TOWN are delighted Prime Time Recruitment are to be the main club sponsors for another year.
The company had ended their two-year agreement following Town's relegation, but they have weighed in again to support the restructured club.
Prime Time's name will be on the new-look blue and white stripes - talks with a kit manufacturer are now well advanced - and it's a tremendous boost ahead of tomorrow's friendly against Halifax at The Shay (3.00) and with Town having already collected £75,000 in sponsorship from last night's marketing launch at the McAlpine.
"We are absolutely delighted that Prime Time have committed to the club again and the one-year deal is a real credit to them," said Town's chief executive Andrew Watson.
"In addition to a very good sponsorship fee (he would not reveal the five-figure sum) they have also agreed to move their office into the portacabin - rent alone is £12,000 a year - allowing us to move the club shop back into the stadium."
Prime Time MD David Gallagher said: "Having seen the exciting plans Andrew and his team have launched, we are proud and delighted to continue our main sponsorship. We are especially pleased to welcome back Peter Jackson and Terry Yorath who, like Prime Time, are Terriers through and through."
Meanwhile, Jackson is without injured trio Tony Carss (thigh), John Thorrington (ankle) and Nat Brown (knee) tomorrow and will make a late decision on whether to play Jon Stead, who suffered a concussion earlier in the week.
Jackson is aiming to play Tyrone Thompson and Danny Schofield on the flanks in an otherwise unchanged starting line-up.
He may also include a Belgian trialist striker who has been recommended by Nico Vaesen.
"If we show the same attitude, desire and teamwork tomorrow as we did against Emley then I won't be complaining," said Jackson, who has released Burnley trialist Liam Eves.
Town are hoping for a big following at The Shay to help Halifax cover a £9,500 police bill - it's £10 for adults, £5 for seniors, students and juniors and £1 for Under 12s - and Jackson is particularly keen to monitor performances from defenders Steve Yates, Ian Hughes and Martyn Booty and midfield digger Lee Fowler, whose loan is top of the agenda.
Halifax have ex-Town man Michael Senior in their squad and are seeking clearance to play Jon Cullen in Chris Wilder's Conference side.
Halifax - (from) Sollitt, Poole, Hockenhull, Sandwith, McAuley, Garnett, Monington, Stoneman, Midgley, Hudson, Bushell, Cullen, Senior, Mallen, Ealham, Killeen, Lee, Farrell.
Town - Gray, Booty, Edwards, Yates, Hughes, Thompson, Schofield, Fowler, Holland, Newby, Booth or Stead. Subs: Kenworthy, P Senior, Scott, Holdsworth, Ahmen, Lloyd.