TOYS for BOYS’ Danilo Diaz Granados organized a major event for Miami’s well off guests recently. The event was full of fine cuisine, Dom Perignon bottles, helicopter rides, exclusive previews, a sunset boat ride, and splendid time at the racetrack. The TOYS for BOYS’ co- founder has hosted some impressive events for guests since launching the boutique in 2013. Danilo Diaz Granados said that he wanted to give the guests a life-time experience by creating a perfect opportunity. TOYS for BOYS now provide a one stop place for the city’s men to locate extravagant products and rare places.
The event held in July featured hand-picked guests. They were treated with a warm breakfast at the One Thousand Museum Sales center run by Dame Zaha Hadid. The guests were later offered a private preview of Miami’s Biscayne area’s most anticipated residential property. Granados noted on Twitter, that each event’s objective is to give guests the chance to experience the art, cuisine, and entertainment that is worth Miami’s extravagance.
He joined his guests for a helicopter ride that took 30 minutes to the Palm Beach Race Track. Following their arrival, each man had time to drive on the track. All the guests returned using the helicopter and were treated with Dom Perignon champagne before having lunch. The meals were served at the River Yacht Club and hosted by Dom Perignon.
The extraordinary and fun filled event was signed off with a sunset boat ride. That was made possible by Van Dutch and Technomar. They sponsored the event and gave the guests the opportunity to test their new boats. Danilo and his business friends collaborated with leading firms along with organizations to create an unforgettable event. One Thousand Museum, Van Dutch Americas, Air Commander Aerospace were some of the event’s sponsors.
About Danilo Diaz Granados
Danilo Diaz Granados is the co-owner of Miami’s TOYS for Boys, according to CrunchBase. He attended Babson College from where he has an economics and entrepreneurship degree. Presently, Danilo serves as the manager of Movilway. He opted to put the knowledge he learned in school to practice when he relocated to Miami by forming TOYS for BOYS. Danilo noticed a shortage of boutiques in Miami where the people can easily find contemporary art, exotic automobiles, watches, and watches. Sticking to that idea, he has made TOYS for BOYS a unique and successful boutique its now.