VANCOUVER — Rocky Mountaineer’s board chair John Furlong announced last month the appointments of Tristan Armstrong, Ashley Armstrong and Chelsea Armstrong to the company’s board.
Tristan Armstrong currently serves as director of leasing for National Hospitality Group, spearheading the commercial asset strategy for the portfolio. Prior to this, over the past seven years, Tristan worked for Ferrero Canada, a consumer packaged goods company, in a variety of trade marketing and sales roles. As part of Rocky Mountaineer’s guest experience department, Tristan gained experience in guest relations.
Most recently, Ashley Armstrong has been manager of online sales with Rocky Mountaineer. For several years as a management consultant at Accenture’s London, U.K. office, Ashley worked with multinational corporations and the British government in the areas of project management and change management.
Chelsea Armstrong has extensive experience with global consumer brands, including Burberry and Kate Spade in New York, Aritzia in Vancouver, and Perry Ellis International in Los Angeles, where she worked as a designer. Chelsea also has tourism experience from the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and a product development role at Rocky Mountaineer.
Vancouver-based Rocky Mountaineer is the world’s largest privately owned luxury tourist train and, since 1990, has hosted more than 1.7 million guests. The company offers over 65 vacation packages and four unique rail routes.