Welcome to the Dutchtown Business Showcase! In this video series, we’ll be introducing you to some of the businesses throughout Dutchtown. Our first episode takes us to Logan’s Kids Resale at 3141 Meramec Street. Owner Cassandra Logan is well known throughout the Dutchtown neighborhood. Among other community activities, Cassandra sits on the DT2 • Downtown Dutchtown Board of Directors, helps to organize Marquette Community Day, and is a part of the current Adopt a Family program in Dutchtown.
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About Logan’s Kids Resale
Cassandra opened Logan’s Kids Resale six years ago. In addition to clothes for kids of all ages and sizes, she also carries car seats, cribs, bassinets, and other household essentials for new parents. Logan’s Kids Resale also carries adult clothing for men and women and a constantly rotating stock of other special finds both used and new.
While she strives to keep prices affordable for everyone in the community, Cassandra and Logan’s Kids Resale also offer a rewards program for additional savings, as well as revolving sales and a monthly basket sale—fill a laundry basket and stock up at a flat, friendly price. And if you watch our Dutchtown Business Showcase video, there’s a special deal in there for you too.
For those concerned about shopping in person during a pandemic, you can call Logan’s Kids Resale at (314) 495-8828 to schedule a Virtual Shopping session. Tell Cassandra what you need and she’ll show you what she currently has for sale. Pick your items, pay via CashApp, and come to the Meramec Street storefront where she’ll deliver your merchandise to you curbside.
A Mission To Serve
Cassandra views her business as not just a store, but also as a mission. Beyond offering essentials to families at very reasonable prices, Cassandra is always willing to offer a helping hand to those in need. She works with a number of organizations in Dutchtown and throughout St. Louis to help less fortunate neighbors get clothing, food, housing, and jobs. She’s even opened her Gravois Park home to provide housing for unhoused individuals and families.
Support Dutchtown Businesses
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit small businesses hard, and Logan’s Kids Resale is no exception. Now more than ever, Dutchtown businesses need your support to hang on through this unprecedented situation. Our neighborhood businesses are an invaluable part of our community, and we as neighbors must do our best to preserve the fabric of our neighborhood.
As we enter the holiday season, please consider shopping at not only Logan’s Kids Resale, but all of the shops in Dutchtown. Many shops are offering virtual or online shopping. Several of our restaurants also offer curbside pickup or delivery. Please patronize Dutchtown businesses whenever you can.
DT2 and DutchtownSTL.org are developing resources to help support our neighborhood businesses. If you’re a new or established business owner, visit dutchtownstl.org/business to see what we have to offer. And if you’d like to have your business featured in the Dutchtown Business Showcase, get in touch with us.