Spanx founder Sara Blakely is right now the best boss ever.
This comes after the chief executive and founder of shapewear company Spanx surprised employees with two first-class plane tickets and $10,000 each to celebrate the company’s $1.2 billion deal with Blackstone.
The company currently employs about 750 people.
Blakely revealed the wonderful news in a post on her verified Instagram account Friday.
In the video, Blakely spun a globe, before revealing that she had bought each of her employees two first-class plane tickets to anywhere in the world.
She added: “If you go on a trip you might want to go out to a really nice dinner, you might want to go out to a really nice hotel, and so with everybody’s two first-class tickets to anywhere in the world, you are each getting $10,000.”
The video includes employees’ jubilant and shocked reactions.
“I really want every employee to celebrate this moment in their own way and create a memory that will last them a lifetime! Cheers to 21 years of magic and many more to come,” she wrote on Instagram.
Blakely also pointed out that although 50% of entrepreneurs are women, only 2.3% of venture capital funding goes to women.
Blakely has said that when she founded Spanx in 2000, she did so with $5,000 in savings.
Last week, private equity firm Blackstone said it would take a majority stake in the brand. Financial terms were not disclosed, but the firms noted the eight-figure valuation in a news release.
Shapewear is often worn as a figure-hugging undergarment that smooths, slims or otherwise alters body shape. The global compression and shapewear market is expected to reach $7 billion by 2030, according to Allied Market Research.
Watch video of the announcement below: