Jets will work with QRL

IPSWICH Jets chairman Steve Johnson insists the club has some outstanding themed days and that it will work with the Queensland Rugby League to get TV exposure in 2015.

The Jets have hosted indigenous appreciation, disability awareness and defence force days and the pink-themed day in honour of the Kim Walters Choices Program.

The traditional old boys' day will be held on Saturday, August 30, for the home clash with Redcliffe.

While none of these days have had TV exposure in 2014, Johnson said the club hoped they would in 2015.

"We have worked really hard with these themed days and the challenge for us next year is to work with the QRL and give them better exposure," he said.

"That is the sort of content that Channel Nine wants.

"We have the longest- standing indigenous day, and still far and away the best."



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