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The factor analysis results proposed three factors explaining the reasons people attending both BIKF and RWMF event.
Whereas in RWMF 'event attractions' emerged as the dominant motivation factor, accounted for 37.121% of the variance from total of 61.970% variance explained.
While for the RWMF event that required admission ticket to participate, the majority of respondents agreed and willing to pay the same amount as the actual ticket prices of RM90.
While in RWMF the distance range ones preferred to travel was within 21KM-50KM.
Pepsi-Cola Labour Relations Board Decision to Roy Romanow, 28 July 1997, RWMF, BF 3-8, File 8.16 AOU-P; 1996-1997, SAB.
(103.) Larry Seiferling (Chairman, Labour Relations Committee), Letter Re: Labour Relations Board-Pepsi Decision to Robert Mitchell, 24 July 1997, RWMF, bf 3-8, File 8.16 AOU-P; 1996-1997, SAB.
(104.) Dale Botting Letter Re: Labour Relations Board-Pepsi Decision to Robert Mitchell, 22 July 1997, RWMF, bf 3-8, File 8.16 AOU-P; 1996-1997, SAB.
(105.) Bill Eatock (President Saskatchewan Mining Association) Letter Re: Labour Relations Board-Pepsi Decision to Premier Roy Romanow, 20 August 1997, RWMF, bf 3-8, File 8.16 AOU-P; 1996-1997, SAB.
Adding an international hue to the RWMF line-up were Lammas from the UK, a group performing what might best be characterized as "Celtic jazz"; B'tutta from Australia, airing a potpourri of percussive sounds drawn from across the globe; Joey Ayala, whose band melded Philippine and transnational rock styles; and Asza, a Canada-based acoustic quartet incorporating sounds of more than fifty instruments to yield an eclectic "world music" fusion.
Akar Umbi, an Orang Ash (Temuan)/Malaysian-pop fusion band from Kuala Lumpur, was in part a return act, since several of its most charismatic members, including Orang Asli singer Mak Minah Anggong, performed at the RWMF 1998 with the pop group Anak Dayung.
International artists appearing at RWMF 1999 came from Cuba, Peru, Canada/China, Madagascar, and Scotland.
Pleased with the outcome of the first RWMF, and encouraged by smoother operation and increased attendance at the second Festival, the Sarawak Ministry of Tourism plans to repeat and further refine the event in the year 2000.
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