Owners: C.J. and Yvonne LeJeune, Charla Adams, Christa Tremie
542 W. Prien Lake Rd (the old Macy's Home store in front of the Prien Lake Mall)
Brousse's Clearence Center is in Southgate shopping Center near Books-a-Million.
Open: Monday through Saturday 9am-6pm
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Brousse's was opened by RT Brousse in 1948. Operating out of his home, Mr. Brousse built wooden toys for the children in the area. Demand soon exceeded capacity , so Mr. Brousse began purchasing products from Radio Flyer.
Mr. Brousse's property was needed for the construction of Interstate 10. As a result, he built the building at 2010 Enterprise Blvd in Lake Charles in 1950 or 1955. Many years later the store moved from Enterprise blvd to the Southgate Shopping Center on Ryan Street.
Now some 60 years later in a another new location, Brousse's still continues to provide Southwest Louisiana and Southeast Texas with the finest in children's traditional toys, furniture, outfits including school uniforms and memorabilia.
Please come by and visit, have fun shopping, revive childhood memories and by all means continue on the traditions of generations past and create new ones. Brousse's a Childs World, where memories are made.
We offer personal service with a wide variety of unique items to choose from. If you used to go out of town to shop for your children we urge you to shop us first. We are sure you will find it here at Brousse's.
Over the years, Brousse's has had a strong history with the lake area and the increased demand for merchandise made us look at expansion to accommodate our loyal customer base. Now that we have moved to the Prien Lake mall area and expanded, to over 16,000 square feet, we feel like we are better equipped to meet the needs of our customers. The additional square footage allows us to carry a wider variety of each product line. For example have expanding our youth furniture lines, car seats, high chairs, strollers, shoes, toys, memorabilia, clothing and school uniforms. Now that we have expanded our product lines, customers will have no reason to shop out of town, in fact out-of-towners will be shopping us now.