Harry and Dena Stout

IncredibleBank Motorcoach Customers

Harry and Dena Stout spend their time in New Jersey and Florida. And the eastern seaboard, the western states, the South Atlantic, Pacific Northwest, Midwest, and any other places their motor coach takes them. Driving across the country is very much the Stout’s modus operandi. And that’s because their mode of transportation is the very essence of their personal and business operandi. That’s right. Harry and Dena are very much into motor coaches.

More than 60 years ago, Harry Stout Sr., a decorated WWII veteran, started a transportation company that would, over time, and with the help of Harry Stout Jr., Harry Stout III and Tim Stout, the current President of Stout’s Transportation, become preeminent, respected, diversified and very much focused on motor coaches.

They Started Something Incredible

Motor coaches are a big part of the Stout’s life. Not only are they the proud owners of a luxury motor coach, expertly financed by IncredibleBank, they also own Stout’s Transportation which boasts a fleet of 56, 38 and 29-passenger motor coaches, among many other vehicles, that offer charter services to athletic groups, corporations, conventions and travelers. But that’s not where their services end. The Stout’s also own Stout’s Tour & Travel which escorts groups on day, weekend and worldwide vacations. Never ones to take the pedal off the gas, the Stout’s also own an equipment leasing and real estate company and are always looking for innovation in their business ventures.

It started with a motor coach loan that was processed and completed more quickly than the Stout’s had ever seen before. And it ended with Harry and Dena transferring all of their business and personal accounts and needs to IncredibleBank. “IncredibleBank is always responsive, every time we need something, they answer. They understand our situation, understand how to get deals done, and our very professional in everything they do,” said Harry Stout.

“We’ll begin by saying IncredibleBank’s service is second to none. We’ve had more financial institutions than you can imagine wanting our business or handling our personal and business affairs, so when we say second to none, that’s a fact. It started simply enough, with a motor coach loan for us, and that went spectacularly well. In time, we transferred all of our banking to IncredibleBank and the communication is excellent and there’s absolutely zero aggravation.”


Harry and Dena Stout

Motor Coach Owners

Business Executives – Stout’s Transportation

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