Entries by CMI Admin

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Sponsorship: An Effective and Affordable Marketing Option

Looking for a new and exciting way to promote your business? Consider sponsoring one of our reader contests! Ever since we launched Experience the Mountain Parks in 2006, we’ve hosted an annual Reader Photo Contest in that magazine. And as our family of Experience Travel Guides has grown, we’ve expanded our contests to include Selfie […]

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CMI Publishing Chosen to Publish 2019 Waterton Activity Guide

CMI Publishing FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                 Contact: Bob Harris Phone: (403) 259.8290 Email: bob@cmipublishing.ca [Calgary, AB, October 1] Bob Harris, the President of CMI Publishing and co-founder of Complete Marketing Inc, is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the contract to publish the 2019 edition of the Waterton Lakes National Park Activity […]

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CMI Publishing Featured As Business of the Month

The Parkland News featured CMI Publishing at the Business of the Month this November! Click here to read the article on page 24. CMI Publishing built its line of Experience magazines and other publications from the ground up to serve locals and international travelers. We publish the best-loved travel guides in Western Canada. Our publications […]

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Modern Visitor Guides Aren’t About Places to Go

Roger Brooks recently wrote: Do you even need a printed guide? YES. But visitors don’t need a visitor’s guide that just has lists of restaurants, hotels, activities and other general things to do. They can get all of that easily via TripAdvisor, Yelp and local websites. What they want is an Activities Guide. These days, consumers […]

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Improving Sight Clearances on Highway 93S in Kootenay National Park

You’ll see a clearer view of Highway 93S in Kottenay National Park after Parks Canada completes a sight clearances project. Roadside brushing and tree clearing will improve sightlines, keeping motorists and animals safer. The project began in early February, and is scheduled to continue through mid-June. Crews are working from Monday – Saturday 7:00 a.m. […]