Broussard Chamber is keeping an EYE ON BUSINESS


For two decades, Towne Pharmacy has been a staple in downtown Broussard. Not only providing pharmaceutical needs, but also an abundance of unique gifts that will make anyone feel special to receive them.


Moving her business to Broussard in 2020, owner of Tilly and Company Kimberly Hebert says they love all this community has to offer. A place where small business comes first, Kimberly is thrilled for the holiday season, offering more hours, pop shops, and gifts for even the toughest critic.


A place where a friendly, Bonjour! will greet you each time you step through the doors of that historic, yellow home on Morgan Street in Broussard.

Owned by sister duo, Marilyn Brunt and Janet Ray, this little gift shop has it all from religious gifts and decor to baby and kid items and even a little something for the men. Get everything you need for those special people in your life this holiday season and save time on the wrapping because Marily and Janet will do it as a “thank you” for shopping locally.

Bonjour! A place where they know you by name and will always extend a little southern hospitality.


A jewelry designer for 34 years and a staple in Acadiana for 9, Dianna Rae Jewelry makes the gift of giving a bit more personal. Taking time to sit with someone, no matter their price point, and walk them through a process that can sometimes be intimidating. In the end, a beautiful piece of jewelry is made that can be cherished for decades to come.

Dianna Rae is more than just a jewelry store; it is a place where memories are made, and traditions are carried on for generations to come.

Oui Jolie:

J’ai dit Oui! At Oui Jolie!
In the heart of Broussard, a captivating new bridal destination is gracing the community. Oui Jolie is looking to redefine the bridal shopping experience, focusing exclusively on high-end, luxurious dresses to make every bride’s dream a reality.
Set in one of Broussard’s historic homes, Oui Jolie provides the exclusivity that many brides are seeking. If you’re looking for that one-of-a-kind wedding showstopper, look no further than your own backyard. Make an appointment today and say J’ai dit Oui at Oui Jolie Bride!

The Apex Training Gym:

Have you ever wanted to take that next step in your fitness journey, but didn’t know how to do that? The Apex Training Gym has everything that you would need. From state-of-the-art equipment, expert trainers, and a supportive community, all you need to do is step through those doors and the change will happen.   The Apex Training Gym is more than a gym; it is a holistic experience designed to empower individuals to reach their peak potential.   

Apex Training is located at 1310 Young Street in Broussard. You can call (337) 706-5857 or email them at [email protected] for more information on how to get started with your fitness journey. 

Dave Broussard AC & Heating:

With summer quickly approaching, it’s essential to get your air conditioner checked to ensure optimal performance during the Louisiana heat. Cody Castille with Dave Broussard A/C & Heating says regular AC maintenance boosts efficiency, prolongs the unit’s life span, and prevents unexpected breakdowns.

The Lazy Caveman:

A place that was meant to serve smoked meats as their specialty, has found themselves in a new arena. Many are labeling Lazy Caveman as the “Best Boudin in Town!” and Jonathan Linzer will not dispute those claims, adding that they have a variety of food to choose from. Whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch, or a place to pick up holiday party food, they have it all.
Check out The Lazy Caveman and get ready to “Manger, Manger!”

We Rock The Spectrum:

After years of trying to find a place where her son could be included, Courtney Leblanc found We Rock the Spectrum. Together, she and her husband opened the kids gym in Broussard and have found a loyal following along the way. Courtney says, while the gym does have everything a parent with a child with special needs can use, the gym is open to everyone. She wants to make sure that ALL children are included, and everyone has the chance to be a kid.

Code Ninjas:

Working to make the world a better place by teaching children to write the code. While Code Ninjas know that not all children will grow up to be programmers, the skills they learn while coding will foster computational thinking, leadership, and creativity for the rest of their lives.
A place where children can find their community, Code Ninjas offers hands-on training while allowing children to be themselves and learn skills that can take them to the next level.

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