Last July, Danilo Diaz Granados, the co-founder of TOYS for BOYS, hosted an upscale event for a hand-selected group of Miami residents that took place on land, air, and sea. Granados is a veteran at hosting exclusive, extravagant excursions like this. He approaches these events with the philosophy of creating a unique and extraordinary experience for his affluent guests.
The Toy for Boys’ grand day kicked off with a breakfast at the One Thousand Museum’s sales center. The late Dame Zaha Hadid designed the spectacular high-rise residential condominium in Miami’s upscale Biscayne area. After the intimate breakfast, guests went for a private tour of the highly-anticipated architectural wonder. Next, Granados accompanied the guests on a helicopter ride to Palm Beach Race Track.
At the track, each guest was treated to take a race car out for a spin. After the adrenaline rush of speeding on the track, they flew back to Miami to enjoy a Dom Perignon sponsored lunch at the River Yacht Club on the Miami river. The event was wrapped up with a sunset boat ride on the bay. Besides Dom Perignon and One Thousand Museum, the other sponsors for this great event were Air Commander Aerospace, Technomar, Van Dutch Americas, and Gryphon Racing.
About Danilo Diaz Granados
Danilo Diaz Granados is an experienced service professional and an entrepreneur. Since 2015, he is an associate at Fireman Capital Partners. Granados is an alumnus of Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts. He earned his degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship and started his career in South Florida. As an entrepreneur, CrunchBase also indicates that he is the co-founder of the film company Edge of Glory and the luxury boutique Toys For Boys. With both his companies, Granados concentrates on Latino interests in Florida.