A CEO of a credit card processing company made waves last year by raising the minimum wage at his company to $70,000, and paying for it by cutting his own $1.1 million salary to $70,000.

Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price’s act of generosity was not without its rewards: The feel-good story went viral (reporters from the New York Times and NBC News were on hand when he gave his employees the good news), and Price was widely lauded as the world’s best boss. It was as though Jesus himself had come back to run a credit card processing company — same hair and everything. In the months that followed, Price signed with the talent agency William Morris, inked a half-million dollar book deal, and now charges as much as $20,000 for speaking engagements. (He also lists his house on Airbnb for $950 a night, in case you’re looking for a cheap rental in Seattle.)

Last week, Gravity Payments made news again when Price’s employees rewarded him with a Tesla Model S, worth $70,000. Price wrote on Facebook: