Chinese boss gives 9 Maserati cars to lucky employees

  • A Chinese employer has rewarded nine of his employees a Maserati Ghibli each
  • The luxury cars reportedly cost the generous boss around 8-million Chinese yuan (US $1.2-million)
  • The boss runs a plaster-making business for more than three decades

Nine lucky employees in China receives a Maserati car each as a reward from their extremely generous boss who is running the family business.

The Straits Times reported that the employer, identified only by his surname Ni, bought 10 units of the Maserati Ghibli and rewarded nine of them to his nine employees; all working as salesmen for the company.

The remaining unit had been reserved as a prize for a raffle draw during the company’s year-end party.

The ten cars are reportedly of the same model (like the one featured above) and only differs in color. The luxurious gifts cost the boss at least 8-million Chinese yuan ( $1.2-M).

The car manufacturer told the People’s Dailythat the suggested retail price for a Maserati Ghibli in China is around 898,000 Chinese yuan ($136,500).

The employer owns and runs the plaster-making family business for over 30 years  in Xiangshan in China’s eastern province of Zhejiang.

Mr. Ni now joins the list of Chinese bosses who became known for their generosity towards their staff.

In May last year, more than 6,000 employees of Tiens Group were treated to an all-expense paid holiday to France which also included a private tour of the Louvre museum and a private shopping session at luxury department store Galeries Lafayette.

The exclusive holiday also include a stop at a resort in Nice where a total of 4,760 rooms in 79 hotels were booked, plus 146 bus tours arranged.


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