Premier respond to Borderlands 2 ‘Jump for Joy’ event complaints
Yesterday Premier hosted an event in which members of the public could ‘Jump for Joy’ on a bungee and win themselves a copy of Borderlands 2, however in the true nature of British weather problems were inevitable. We’ve had several people launch complaints against Premier in our comments on the original Jump for Joy news post.
One of the complaints read:
Very angry, soaked through people, humiliated by the poor treatment and lack or organisation by this PR team were left to go home wet, angry and empty handed.
We contacted Premier to get this official response:
I am genuinely sorry to read that people were disappointed by the event we ran yesterday. The safety of those jumping was of paramount importance to us – which is why the event ran slightly shorter than we had planned. We also did try and communicate with those waiting in line, but clearly that message did not reach some of those in attendance – and for that, I unreservedly apologise.
As you can see safety was paramount over everything else but we have been told that Premier are focused on getting copies of the game out to everyone who was promised one.
Was you at this event? We’d like to hear from you, you can contact myself on dave[at]xboxer360.com and also if you have a complaint about the event feel free to contact me.