The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 2, Issue 10 (February 1, 1928)
Advertising New Zealand
Advertising New Zealand.
The enterprise of the Railway Department in appointing a representative to travel on the great liners plying between America and the Dominion has been greatly appreciated by visitors to our shores (says the Auckland “Star”). There was a chorus of praise from passengers on the Niagara yesterday with regard to the foresight of the Government in providing travel information. The special representative, Mr. W. W. Cummings, had a busy time in making out travel itineraries and giving advice about the scenic attractions to be visited. “He has saved my wife and family a whole heap of trouble,” said an American visitor, “and I can assure you that the innovation is much appreciated.”