|Headquarters||Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States|
Number of locations
|13 facilities in North America|
|Products||Class rings, yearbooks|
|Parent||The Jarden Corporation|
Otto Josten founded the company as a watch-repair business in Owatonna, Minnesota, in 1897. As well as its headquarters near Minneapolis and operational offices in Owatonna, Jostens has facilities in Calgary, Alberta; Clarksville, Tennessee; Denton, Texas; Eagan, Minnesota; Laurens, South Carolina; Norman, Oklahoma; Sedalia, Missouri; Shelbyville, Tennessee; State College, Pennsylvania; Topeka, Kansas; Visalia, California; and Winnipeg, Manitoba.
On October 14,2015 The Jarden Corporation reached a deal to buy Jostens' parent company Visant Holding Corporation for $1.5 billion.
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By Danny Christian Veico Walemba