The cricket season is less than a week away and Kent will be donning new-look whites in the Specsavers County Championship this summer.
West Malling-based nursing agency Go Tec has extended its sponsorship of the four-day shirt.
Go Tec is one of the UK’s fastest growing, independent nursing agencies who specialise in providing temporary and permanent staffing solutions.
Robin Stanton-Gleaves, owner of Go Tec Nursing, said: “As a Kentish company, we’re delighted to see our logo on the county’s Championship shirt again in 2017.
“We have nine regional offices in the UK and the national reach of county cricket is a great platform to promote our business.”
Samurai Sportswear have incorporated a subtle sublimated geometric pattern to the whites and used the club colours of maroon and blue as trim on the flanks of the shirt.
Aylesford-based hire company FGS Plant will have a collar logo after sponsoring the club’s pre-season West Indies Tour.
Shackleton Design, located in Betteshanger Park, is featured on the sleeve as part of a new partnership to create the club’s Annual and printed marketing materials.
The shirt will be first worn in the first-class match against Leeds-Bradford Universities on Tuesday 28 March at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence.