Season tickets for the 2016/17 campaign are on sale now.
Priced at £115 for adults and £70 for concessions, they can be purchased from Alex "Scoosh" Mackintosh directly or at the Town Barbers, Nairn High Street.
Midfielder Wayne Mackintosh was on hand at Station Park for the official launch before pre-season training started last night.
The Nairn-based 28-year-old said: "I remember when I was growing up, I always made sure I had my season ticket to go up and watch County every home game."
"I obviously had to give it up once I made it to the first team but deep down, I am still a big supporter of the club."
"In my time playing for the club, the fans have been fantastic and I would encourage as many of them as possible to go out and get their season tickets so they can continue to show that support for the club and team throughout the new campaign."
"It is a real community club and it is great to run out at Station Park and see loads of mums, dads, kids and grandparents all in County colours on the terraces and in the stand. Long may that continue."
"The fans are going to have a major part to play this season and I am sure they will turn out and back us with their great support. One way you can pledge your support is by going out and buying a season ticket, which I think is great value - £115 is about the same price as only one decent night out these days, unless you are Gregg Main and go out with a just tenner!"
A season ticket entitles you to entry to all 17 home Highland League fixtures throughout the 2016/17 campaign. As mentioned, the £115 / £70 briefs can be purchased from Alex "Scoosh" Mackintosh or the Town Barbers, Nairn High Street. If you are unable to buy your season ticket from either of these outlets before the start of the season, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.