That was f*cking cool!
Price posted the photos below on his Facebook page, writing, “Shocked. Still in disbelief. Never imagined this was possible. Gravity employees saved up and pitched in over the past six months and bought me my dream car. A brand new, gorgeous blue #Tesla. Still in shock. How do I even begin to say thank you?”
The inscription reads, “Dan, Thank you for always putting the team before yourself. This gift is our way of showing how much your sacrifice means to us.”
The company says the project was managed by Alyssa O’Neal, a single mother who was one of the employees most impacted by the shift to $70,000 salaries. “This was a special way for us all to thank him for all of the sacrifices he’s made and challenges he’s faced for each of us since he announced our $70k minimum wage. Through all of the successes and challenges of the past year, Dan has never once put himself first,” she said.