Jarden Corporation has set the pricing for a €300 million bond offering that it is placing with qualified institutional investors and buyers outside the U.S. The notes will pay a semi-annual interest of 3.75 percent and mature on Oct. 1, 2021. They will be guaranteed by some of Jarden's U.S. subsidiaries. The offer is set to close on July 14. The company, which owns Coleman, Marmot and many other sports and outdoor brands, expects to raise net proceeds of about $400.5 million for the transaction, and it may use part of the funds to finance potential acquisitions. Jarden already sold $690 million worth of notes to qualified U.S. investors in March, stating that it would use up to $250 million to buy back its own shares.