16 responses

  1. Biopolymath
    April 17, 2011

    I knew about the race since I was attending Energizer Night Strike 2 months ago but who knows it turned out to be bad. Bad job bad job tsk tsk

    • joshuaongys
      April 18, 2011

      yeah oh well

  2. bakri
    April 18, 2011

    why the organizers can’t use a really big open area to decide to give the goodies by the categories. poor to us that reach the 42km finishing line with nothing be proud it. (no drinks is most supprise, lucky i still can drink the water from the big drum ice tube at last 3km) Actually it should be a amaging night run! or i suggest the goodies should be deliver when runners hit the finishing line. Well organizer hope it will not be happen in upcoming event and pls pls hopes to get my finisher presents”. and RM10 parking fee is not accepted.

  3. Ben
    April 18, 2011

    Quite and epic post you got here :)

    Just a question, how do you see the shared links statistics on Facebook?

    • joshuaongys
      April 19, 2011

      hahaha yeah, owh that when u shared the link before on Facebook, u type on the search bar on Facebook then it will be displayed =)

      • Anonymous
        April 19, 2011

        ah ok thanks!

  4. Alfred Chan
    April 20, 2011

    With all the bad publicity the last few days, I think Energizer is in the limelight of getting your product name being promoted rather than your competitors like Duracel, Panasonic, etc.
    Now it seems the whole nation come to know of Energizer, the nation’s top battery producer. Keep up your name & try to do better next year. At least you try your very best.

    • joshuaongys
      April 21, 2011

      haha

  5. Anonymous
    April 21, 2011

    yes, i strongly agreed, everything is there, they just short of staff to handle 10,000 runners.


    Alfred Chan:

    With all the bad publicity the last few days, I think Energizer is in the limelight of getting your product name being promoted rather than your competitors like Duracel, Panasonic, etc.Now it seems the whole nation come to know of Energizer, the nation’s top battery producer. Keep up your name & try to do better next year. At least you try your very best.

  6. Anonymous
    April 21, 2011

    yup, i agreed, too. KEEP UP YOUR NAME…ENERGIZER..try it again next year. you guys short of staff to handle all this runners.


    Anonymous:

    yes, i strongly agreed, everything is there, they just short of staff to handle 10,000 runners.

    Alfred Chan:With all the bad publicity the last few days, I think Energizer is in the limelight of getting your product name being promoted rather than your competitors like Duracel, Panasonic, etc.Now it seems the whole nation come to know of Energizer, the nation’s top battery producer. Keep up your name & try to do better next year. At least you try your very best.

  7. Danny Foo
    May 3, 2011

    As they say, there’s no such thing as bad press. :) However, Expose Media definitely got a blow from this incident. And the Director takes on the blow because in such a scenario, every boss will be the one responsible. You can’t ask your PA or executive to make the announcement, it’ll add more oil to the fire.

    Well, it looks like Energizer’s latest comments was a good move. All they should be focusing on right now is putting up more good than bad. Or, defend themselves that they weren’t wrong. :)

    • joshuaongys
      May 5, 2011

      Hope every other companies learn a lesson from this haha

  8. Fay
    April 13, 2012

    Thanks to Google I found your blog on this particular ENR 2011 entry. I don’t know if you’ve heard of PJ Dawn 2012 but I have registered for it (21K) months back and only found out this morning that this Josie (formerly with Expose Media) now with Outbox Production is organizing the race! Even though Pacesetter is running the race but the fact that she is associated with it (Josie Huang Wan Ling – Outbox Branding & Communication Manager) gives me nightmares.

    Pls have a read further on this blog’s entry. http://runwitme.blogspot.com/2012/04/pj-dawn-run-2012-press-conference.html

    ‘Once bitten twice shy’.

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