CMI Publishing

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                

Contact: Bob Harris
Phone: (403) 259.8290

[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 Guide.

The Waterton guide is packed with travel information: maps, lodging, dining and shopping suggestions, and much more. Readers will learn about the local wildlife, explore history, and discover upcoming events as they peruse this guide. Insider Tips give visitors valuable information for making the most out of your Waterton experiences.

Waterton offers majestic Rocky Mountain views, but there’s much more to this area than breathtaking landscapes. This mountain park is a prime destination for activities like hiking, golfing, photography, bird watching, and camping. Waterton Lakes National Park is also home to the township of Waterton Park. This township is full of great gift shops, restaurants, bicycle rentals, hotels, and everything else you would want for a wonderful stay in Waterton. Check out their 2018 guide in our Mobile Library at

CMI Publishing creates and distributes the popular Experience Travel Guides throughout Alberta and British Columbia. The Experience guides are known for their helpful maps, compelling images, and engaging stories. CMI Publishing also produces several maps and has collaborated with other organizations in the travel industry to create additional guides.

Don’t miss out on being part of Waterton’s premier print publication. Placing an ad in the Waterton activity guide will enable you to reach an estimated 180,000 travellers. Visit CMI Publishing’s website at to view the media kit. The sales deadline is December 1, 2018.


2 replies
  1. Lynda Pianosi
    Lynda Pianosi says:

    Hi Bob,
    Lynda from Take A Hike. I know I still owe you some high res bear pics.
    I will be finished my busy guiding season by October end and will get those pictures off to you. With regard to Waterton, I completed all of the 10 KM trails and under, and then the fire hit. I was going to include Waterton in my new book, coming out Spring 2019. Do you know how many of the trails will be open next summer? Would you want to collaborate on an article for the area, I could write up a few family-friendly hikes for you in the same format that I use in my book.
    I look forward to hearing from you. Cheers.

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