COMMUNITY+DENIM... Club Duquette's Denim Trade-In Program.

At the heart of what we do at Club Duquette is service and connection. These are actually some of our fundamental core values in our company and in our family. 

There is no greater act than to serve someone. Whether it’s your inner circle of people or a total stranger, the act of service comes from a deep place of love for your fellow human. An act of service, even the smallest gesture, might make a huge impact in that person’s day or maybe even in their life. Our words and actions have a ripple effect. We also believe at the heart of our human experience, all anybody really wants and needs is to connect with someone. To know that they are seen and heard. There is love at the core of that.

That's a big part of why we opened up our shop, Club Duquette. When you walk in the door, we hope you feel that connection, that love (and we always hope you get the best service!).

Now, you know we love denim. We've both worn Levi's all our lives and can tell you the major personal events of the past several decades based on what style we were wearing at the time. Duquette in his 501s while touring with the Foo Fighters in 1999. Morgan in her 505s that were salvaged out of a dilapidated building in Florence, Alabama circa 2007. (There's also a vivid memory of wearing black 721s the day Michael Jackson died.)

A pair of jeans are the foundation of any wardrobe. You can dress them up or dress them down. You can wear them seven days a week-- at work, at play, at rest. The utility and timelessness of a pair of jeans outspends trends and defies classifications based on who you are or where you are in life. 

Plain said: Everyone needs a good pair of jeans. 

So this is where it all comes together--

We are proud to have a denim trade-in program that helps you and helps someone else, too. Bring in ANY pair of jeans and you get 15% off a pair of Levi's in Club Duquette right then. They don't have to be Levi's-- they can be anything! We then check and make any repairs to the jeans you brought in and then take them to our neighborhood clothing pantry right in our neighborhood, Woodlawn in the heart of Birmingham, Alabama. The clothing pantry places those jeans in the hands of someone who needs them-- completely free of charge. 

And you can be a part of the trade-in program as many times as you'd like. 

Feel free to send us a message or give us a call if you have any questions! We look forward to serving you! 

With love,

Duquette and Morgan