Danilo Diaz Granados, the co-founder of TOYS for BOYS, held a fun-filled and exceptional event in Miami, Florida. The July event was attended by guests who had been hand-picked by the affluent entrepreneur. It features activities like helicopter rides, fine cuisine, exclusive previews, a visit to the racetrack and a wonderful sunset boat ride. The guests were also treated to bottles of the exquisite Dom Perignon champagne towards the end of the day.
Since the inception of TOYS for BOYS back in 2013, Granados has held several successful hyper-sensory experiences that featured a selected guest list. Granados has reiterated on several occasions that he is keen to create exceptional experiences for his guests. He added that today, Miami’s men have an avenue where they can be treated to extravagant and unique products.
During the extravagant event, guests were treated to a nice breakfast at the sales center of the famed One Thousand Museum. They were then given an opportunity to see the much-awaited residential building yet to be opened at the Biscayne area.
After the preview, the guests got on a helicopter and flew to the Palm Beach Race Track. They each got a chance to drive around the track before taking another helicopter ride back. They were greeted with champagne, had lunch at River Yacht Club and ended the day with a sunset boat ride.
The day was sponsored by two of TOYS for BOYS sponsors namely Technomar and Van Dutch. In fact, the boats used for the sunset boat ride were their newest boats. Other sponsors of the day included One Thousand Museum, Gryphon Racing and Air Commander Aerospace.
Danilo Diaz Granados is an alumni of Babson College based in Wellesley, Massachusetts. He graduated with an Economics and Entrepreneurship degree before moving to Miami, Florida. In the city, he realized that there was a market niche in the Latino community for luxury items.
He then decided to launch a luxury boutique to cater to the market niche. This led to the creation of TOYS for BOYS. Danilo has worked hard to grow the boutique into a premier luxury business in Miami and his efforts have paid off. Today, he also manages another firm called Movilway. He is active on social media pages including Instagram and Twitter.