S&M Family Outlet

55 or older? Take 20 percent off your purchase today

Steve Stoma and the staff at his S&M Family Outlet stores are marking down spring fashions. Buy one pair of discounted men, women or children’s shoes and get a second pair at half the discounted price.

RitaLeBleuFeature Reporter

 S&M is located at 3622 Ryan St.

RitaLeBleuFeature Reporter

Being 55 or older has its perks at S&M Family Outlet. On the first Tuesday of every month – and that’s today – senior shoppers receive 20 percent off already deeply discounted merchandise.

Everyone who shops at S&M saves every time they shop. The reason it continues to be popular for the style savvy as well as the budget conscious is because the store is full of fashionable and classic high quality men’s, women’s and children’s clothing and shoes, home goods and gifts. Many of the items are designer merchandise or well-known brand name items. New shipments arrive frequently, and you never know exactly what you might find. 

“You’ll find some of the same items at S&M Family Outlet that you’ve seen at major department stores and boutique shops,” said store owner Steve Stoma, “but you’ll pay less, considerably less.”

Original prices are marked down 50 percent on in-season merchandise. But the savings don’t stop there. Look for the yellow signs throughout the store advertising further savings. Shoes, in addition to being discounted, are buy one pair and get the second pair at half price.  

“Everything in the store is priced to move,” said Stoma, some items are discounted as much as 80 percent.”

How can S&M offer such incredible pricing? It’s a family tradition born of necessity. Over 60 years ago, Joe Stoma, Steve’s father, started the business. Born in 1925, one of ten siblings, a child of The Great Depression and a WWII Veteran, Joe understood the meaning of hard work. 

“Just like now, families needed to make every dollar count,” Steve said. “Dad went on the road with a U-Haul to find the best deals and he brought discount pricing on high quality merchandise to Southwest Louisiana.”

Today Steve locates the best deals from across the U.S., mainly using the Internet. He purchases store overstocks, factory overstocks, closeouts and catalog buyouts from across the U.S. for S&M Family Outlet Stores in Lake Charles, Beaumont and Port Arthur. 

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The increasing popularity of Internet shopping actually benefits S&M. When online purchases or gifts are returned because the item wasn’t the color expected or the gift is a duplicate, getting those items back in the system in a manner that’s time and cost effective is often impossible for those online catalog companies.  S & M Family Outlet is able to buy this merchandise at huge discounts and pass the savings to customers.

There is no telling what S&M Family Outlet has in today that wasn’t there yesterday. If you’re 54 and under, you can still save. Clip the coupon on the next page. Bring it in and find out why the S&M Family Outlet slogan is, “More style. Less money.”

Customers can also sign up to receive a weekly email that contains coupons, specials and sale events on our FB page and at www.sandmfamilyoutletstx.com.


Lake Charles:

3622 Ryan St.,

Ph. 337-478-1300


4250 Dowlen Road

Ph. 409-898-8878

Port Arthur:

3501 Regional Dr.

Ph. 409-729-0006

Owner: Steve Stoma

Years in business: 62

Company motto:

“More style. Less money.”

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