It was another season of hyper-sensory experiences for the hand-selected elite guests of TOYS for BOYS’ co-founder Danilo Diaz Granados. Since co-founding TOYS for BOYS in 2013, Granados has successfully put together numerous unbelievable events for affluent guests in Miami, and this recent one truly lived up to expectations.
No one was in doubt as to the reason for the event. In Granados words: “Our goal with each event is to offer guests an opportunity to connect with cuisine, art, and entertainment worthy of Miami’s extravagant style.” Good enough, this objective was achieved in a grand style.
The guests were privileged to a befitting breakfast at the sales center of Dame Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum. They also enjoyed a private preview of the much-talked about residential building located in Miami’s upscale Biscayne area.
Granados was not left out; he was actively involved in the 30-minute helicopter ride to Palm Beach Race Track that saw each man taking turn in jumping behind the wheel and spinning around the track. That was not all. The visitors returned by means of a helicopter and had a toast of Dom Perignon champagne coupled with a lunch at the River Yacht Club situated on the Miami River.
By all standards, it was a day of special treats beyond compare, from fine cuisine to exclusive previews, time at the racetrack, helicopter rides, bottles of Dom Perignon as well as a sunset boat ride. Sponsors included: Gryphon Racing, Air Commander Aerospace, One Thousand Museum and Van Dutch Americas.
Here is a man with great foresight. He knows what he wants and how to get it. More importantly he is always ready to do all it takes to actualize his dreams and visions. He showcased these qualities even while he was still attending Babson College in Wellesley Massachusetts.
An entrepreneur per excellence, obviously he got more than a degree to show for his time studying Economics and Entrepreneurship. He thus became well equipped for the challenges of the future. He was quick to spot the need for a luxury boutique for the Latino community in Miami and in no time set up a unique store that offers contemporary art, exotic automobiles, fine watches as well as jewelry.