MAST Hosts Top Agencies on Rocky Mountaineer

MAST Travel Network, Rocky Mountaineer and Anderson Vacations hosted their Annual All Star trip for top travel agencies on Rocky Mountaineer’s First Passage West Itinerary. With stops in Vancouver, Kamloops, and Banff, MAST’s top 25 agencies in three sales levels traveled through Canada October 6-10. The four-night experience included a Vancouver city tour, a visit to Capilano Suspension Bridge Park, a brewery tour in Kamloops, a Banff National Park tour and more. 

The trip kicked off with a welcome reception and dinner hosted by Anderson Vacations Director of Business Development Jim Warren and Director of Business Development and Operations Darcie Guarderas, as well as Rocky Mountaineer Business Development Managers Dawn Elmendorf and Krystal Sampson. During the dinner MAST President and COO John Werner and Chairman and CEO Rosann Corpolongo presented the annual MAST charitable donation to the British Colombia Firefighters’ Burn Fund. The BC Professional Fire Fighters’ Burn Fund provides life-saving, life-supporting, and life-enriching services to burn victims in British Columbia and the Yukon. This year’s charitable donation by MAST contributes to the more than 3,800 firefighters in BC and the Yukon who donate time and skills to support burn survivors. 

MAST Travel Network is celebrating its 50th anniversary during 2019. Celebratory events will wrap up at the organization’s 2019 Sales Sensation, which takes place November 19. 

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