The triumph of the human spirit will endure long after the material goods we produce. It is our desire to leave this world a better place than as we inherited it. Last year we contributed to over 215 separate charitable organizations and events in our community. We have given our time and provided resources for food banks, veterans, caregivers, youth initiatives, community development and disaster relief to mention but a few. We try and help the people around us as much as possible. And we’re doing it because it’s the right thing to do.
As an integral part of many small communities, we have come to embrace the people and the places that are our heritage. Words can not describe the emotions and the responsibility we feel for our families and our friends, our coworkers and our neighbors. And especially for their children who will inherit the earth as we leave it. That has always been at the forefront of everything we do, every decision we make.
We will sing the praises of our coworkers, who have selflessly volunteered their time and efforts over the years to make this world a better place. Their volunteer efforts are but the tip of the iceberg. We have helped each other in times of natural disasters and during tough economic times, not to mention the emotional support provided to each other through the passing of generations.
Every employee, every vendor and every customer has left their mark on the Jasper Group and the surrounding communities, whether they know it or not. Every day we embark on a journey to find purpose and to benefit mankind.
Our primary goal is to supply our customers with the value-added products they need and want. We design, produce and deliver to high standards, our standards. This is what has kept us in business for so long, and what insures that we will have a future in this industry.
Jasper Group products are designed and manufactured with the mission to last longer than any of us expect; to transcend the years and provide a full and productive life for their users and owners.
Original seating from 1929 can still be found today, performing admirably and showing no signs of failure any time soon. Desks from the 1950s are still being used, many having served more than one proud owner. Even some of the trendiest casegoods and seating from the 1970s has been welcomed by charitable organizations that aren’t afraid of accepting a second-hand dated style, but rather appreciate the product for it’s longevity and functionality.
We are committed to our focus of providing products that expand and improve our “Sustainable Partnerships” through process, product and life cycle management.