Hawaiian Resort Chain Announces New Management

Castle Resorts & Hotels, which operates several villas, hotels and resorts in Hawaii, Micronesia and New Zealand, has announced the following changes in managerial staff:

Crystal Del Rosario has been promoted to the position of Manager of Contracts and Sales Distribution. She will prepare wholesale contracts, and is responsible for managing the company’s largest online travel agency accounts. Del Rosario is a nine-year veteran with Castle, having joined the company after completing her formal studies in Hospitality. She began her career as a Reservations Sales Agent. After being promoted to Sales Coordinator, Del Rosario served as Interim Reservations Manager, a role in which she managed the daily operations of Castle’s Hawaii Call Center. As Manager of Contracts and Sales Distribution, she provides an important link between Castle Resorts & Hotels and its key online distribution channels as well as traditional agency partners.

Stanley Fujioka recently joined Castle Resorts & Hotels as Sales Manager. He is a 34 year veteran of the Hawaii travel industry, having acquired broad experience in such roles as Regional Director of Sales at Outrigger Hotels and Resorts, and most recently in sales management with the Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group. Fujioka’s responsibilities include working closely with U.S. domestic tour companies and wholesalers in expanding bookings of Castle Resorts & Hotels properties through staff training and providing a wide range of sales generating initiatives.


Eric Burgoyne has been appointed Senior Director of Marketing. His extensive background in travel industry includes General Manager and Marketing & Sales Director at KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Lufthansa German Airlines, based in London, England and on the mainland. More recently he directed marketing and sales functions at Atlantis Adventures Hawaii. In his position with Castle Resorts & Hotels, Burgoyne will manage and coordinate marketing programs, budgeting, and strategic planning and marketing services for the Castle brand and the individual Castle properties.

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