Danilo Diaz Granados, co-founder of Toys for Boys in Miami, hosted an incredible event for his elite guests. The event was held in July and included fine cuisine, exclusive previews, helicopter rides, going to a racetrack, and a boat ride.
Granados said of the event, “I wanted to create an opportunity that would give our guests a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Men in Miami now have a place to check out the most extravagant, one-of-a-kind products and places.” He continued, “Our goal with each event is to offer guests an opportunity to connect with cuisine, art, and entertainment worthy of Miami’s extravagant style.”
His guests were able to have breakfast at Dame Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum sales center, followed by an exclusive preview of the residential building in the Biscayne area. Granados and his guests then flew, by helicopter, to the Palm Beach Race Track. Each guest was able to drive around the track. After returning, they enjoyed a lunch at the River Yacht Club. The event ended with a sunset boat ride. Sponsors for this day included: One Thousand Museum, Air Commander Aerospace, Gryphon Racing, and Van Dutch Americas.
Danilo Diaz Granados attended Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts where he earned his bachelors degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship. His operations are based out of Miami, Florida. In addition to his two businesses, the Edge of Glory Films and the Toys for Boys boutique, he is also an associate at FCP where he is the wing liaison for the Equity Investments program. Granados can be followed on the internet at:
– Twitter: @Danilo_G1