Stout’s provides group transportation for weddings, shuttles, church retreats, social gatherings, cross country touring and university athletic trips. From the first time you make contact with Stout’s you will sense the passion that defines the company. Your account manager focuses entirely on understanding what is important to you and satisfying your transportation needs.
Operations personnel are staffed 24/7/365; working continuously to execute a flawless experience. With a high tech infrastructure, Stout’s is able to proactively assess and correct things that could otherwise interrupt your trip.
Your excursion begins with the arrival of our modernistic vehicle/bus; equipped with wifi, outlets, restrooms, contoured seating, ample luggage and storage space, individual overhead lighting and air, PA and audio/video system, and global position tracking.
Your driver arrives professionally dressed and prepared to provide a safe and enjoyable ride, to, from and all areas in between.
The vehicles and drivers are governed by laws of the United States Department of Transportation and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. Stout’s has received the highest achievable ratings from the Department of Defense and the USDOT.
“It’s all about Service,” explains Tim Stout, President of Stout’s Transportation. A belief his Father, Harry Stout III, lives by and expects of each and every person he employs, as his father, Harry Stout Jr. did before him.
Many employees would come and go over the 50 + years, yet an amazing 20, who came aboard in the 90’s, remain today. “The leadership is intense and challenging and our team responds with an unyielding commitment to excellence and it shows at each level within the corporation”, says Vivian Tuccillo-Giglio, Vice President of Operations, a 24 year employee.
Fleet diversity is a huge part of Stout’s ability to achieve client satisfaction. 30, 38 and 56 passenger motorcoaches compliment the vast variety of group sizes and capacity needs. Weddings and shuttles tend to favor the smaller vehicles for its intimate feel and ability to maneuver around smaller venues, while the larger motorcoaches are favored by touring clientele and university groups for the space.
Some will find that mixing the vehicle type’s better serve their needs. Regardless of group size, agenda, itinerary or length of trip, Stout’s gives 100% customer service each and every time.
Before the country had witnessed the first manned space flight, Harry Stout Sr. a decorated WWII veteran, had launched what would in time become one of the most respected transportation companies in the industry.
Each of our fleet vehicles is expertly maintained and routinely inspected to meet rigorous safety and compliance standards. We operate our own garage and mechanical staff, who are skilled technicians in the vehicles they service. Your safety and comfort are our top concern, so you can be confident that we only put the best vehicles in service.
Our coaches and mini buses are some of the best around. Each of our fleet vehicles is maintained for your comfort and satisfaction during your trip. We take pride in offering vehicles equipped with incredible amenities such as privacy tinted windows, interior audio/visual systems, restrooms (on applicable coaches), comfortable seating, and plenty of room for your guests and their luggage. Give us a call or stop by our office to see one of our buses for yourself. We’re sure you won’t be disappointed!
Stout’s works with great tour operators who can offer you a wide selection of tour packages. Interested in one day trips to NYC, Philadelphia, Hershey Park, Washington DC, and Baltimore? Perhaps weekend getaways to Atlantic City Casinos or the Poconos? We can assemble multi day tours to Niagara Falls, Nashville, Myrtle Beach, and beyond. Your package can include hotel accommodations, restaurants, entertainment and amusement parks. A journey planner can put together outlet shopping excursions, side trips to art museums or visit multiple tourist attractions from the convenience of your Stouts Charter Bus.
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October 6, 2017 | by Julie Ryder | The United Motorcoach Association is pleased to