The co-founder for Toys for Boys, Danilo Diaz Granados has held another action-packed event for affluent Miami guests this summer. The event went down in July and included helicopter tours, cuisine, exclusive previews, ride on the racetrack and a sunset ride on a cruise boat. Since establishing Toys for Boys in 2013, Danilo Diaz Granados has successfully held incredible events filled with exceptional experiences. The events are attended by handpicked Miami affluent guests.
Mr. Granados says on Twitter that he holds such events to give his guests the opportunity to have a unique experience in their lives. He adds that his store gives Miami men a place where they can shop for the high-class products.
The selected guests who attended the July event were treated to an intimate breakfast at the sales center of One Thousand Museum. They later had the privilege of previewing the most anticipated residential building in the posh Biscayne in Miami area. Danilo Diaz Granados said, “Our goal at each event is to offer guests the opportunity to connect with cooking, art, and entertainment typical of the flamboyant style of Miami.”
Granados accompanied his guests on a half an hour helicopter ride to the racecourse Palm Beach where each man had the opportunity to ride around the track. He went back to his store with his guests on a helicopter ride where they were welcomed with Dom Perignon champagne. Lunch was then served at the River Yacht Club on the Miami Beach.
Granados remarked, “Finally, we close the day with a beautiful boat ride to watch the sunset in the bay.” The company also launched its two latest boats with the help of their two main sponsors, Van Dutch and Technomar. Apart from these two partners, Danilo Diaz Granados worked with other organizations and companies to make the event successful. These include Air Commander Aerospace, One Thousand Museum, and Van Dutch Gryphon Americas.
Mr. Granados is a Miami-based investment advisor and entrepreneur. He is also the co-founder for Toys for Boys and an associate at FCP. Apart from Toys for Boys; Danilo manages another film business known as Edge of Glory Films. He has a bachelor’s degree in Entrepreneurship and Economics from Babson College.