Stadium naming rights have hit headlines in recent weeks and the Welsh club have been contacting local businesses offering them the chance to name the new stadium at a bargain price.
The club is thought to be looking for a five-figure deal rather that the nine-figure sum paid by Etihad and Emirates for Man City and Arsenal.
Mel Williams from local estate agents Williams & Goodwin - The Property People said
"The company already do some sponsorship for the club and Bangor is very important to us as a local company.
Etihad Airlines paid a reported £400m to get its name on Man City's stadium
"We were offered the chance to name the stadium, and I think it's a great idea that the club give local companies this kind of chance.
"It would be great to have a Welsh name on the stadium.