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Williams and Karim B. Dossa 15 TABLE 7. 000 Activities Assessed t Sig. 030 *Mean responses are sorted in descending order of t value. Satisfaction ratings based on a scale ranging from 1 = not at all satisfied to 4 = very satisfied. The higher the mean, the higher is the level of satisfaction. 16 WINE, FOOD, AND TOURISM MARKETING TABLE 8. 44 Did Not Visit Wineries t Sig. 000 Visiting attractions such as museums, art galleries, zoos, etc. 011 *Mean responses are sorted in descending order by absolute magnitude of the t value.
Such branding is only in its infancy in BC. CONCLUSIONS The overriding hypothesis examined in this paper was that non-resident wine tourists exhibited travel attitudes and behaviors, which clearly distinguished them from other non-resident visitors to the province. Based on the this investigation it was clear that not only were wine tourists distinctive from other visitors to BC with respect to their travel characteristics and preferences, but there were also relatively unique Generalist and Immersionist sub-segments within the non-resident wine market itself.