In addition to Promoting Prosperity, Peter and Gary co-authored Selling the Dream: The Art of Early New Zealand Tourism, a recent 408 page publication that has received critical acclaim.
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Peter Alsop
Peter is a senior executive who has worked across the public and private sectors. He is a keen collector of
New Zealand art, with particular interests in early advertising, tourism publicity, hand-coloured photography and
mid-century New Zealand landscape paintings.

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Gary Stewart
Gary has a background in corporate and small business brand design, but spends most of his time now
with clients on publishing and hospitality projects through his company The Gas Project.

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There are three types of people that ask you about developing a book like this. The first ask the question ‘are you going to make any money out of it?’ These are the people that mistakenly think they understand what having a real passion means. The second type just pat you on the back for making a contribution to the fabric of this great country called New Zealand. The third ask how they can help, understanding that producing a publication of this scale doesn’t happen during normal work hours. We owe a great deal to a wide range of enthusiastic supporters of this book.