The Toys for Boys’ co-founder, Danilo Diaz Granados, has arranged another thrilling event for his affluent visitants in Miami. This event will be will feature exclusive previews, exquisite cuisines, helicopter rides, bottles of Dom Perignon, time at the track, and a sunset boat ride on the Miami beach. When he co-founded the Toys for Boys’ in 2013, Granados held numerous hyper-sensory involvements for his distinguished guests.
Danilo Diaz Granados says that he wants to create an opportunity that will give his visitants a high-end experience. He goes further by saying that the men in Miami have a place to check out the one-of-a-kind, extravagant places and products. The hand-picked guests at the hosted event got the privilege to participate in the special breakfast at the One Thousand Museum of Dama Zaha Hadid sales center they were then highlighted on the highly-anticipated residential construction in upscale Biscayne, Miami.
The main goal of this event is to offer an exceptional opportunity for the visitants to connect with art, cuisine, and entertainment-worthy style in Miami. Danilo Granados joined his visitants on a 30-minute helicopter ride to the Race Track Palm Beach where every one of the visitants had to spin around the track and jump on the wheel. The events also continued as the visitants returned to the main hall through helicopter.
The day ended with a beautiful sunset ride at the bay. He continued to say that their sponsors, Technomar and Van Dutch, enabled them to test the newest boats to conclude the day. Danilo Diaz Granados, together with his partners, worked with other companies to make the day successful. Their sponsors included Air Commander Aerospace, Thousand Museum, Gryphon Racing, and Van Dutch Americas.
His life was designed to make a change in the world. While he attended Babson College, as shown through LinkedIn, he developed his entrepreneurial life. When he moved to Miami, he decided to venture into the toys for Boys’ boutique. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Entrepreneurship and Economics. Make sure to follow Danilo on Twitter to get more insight into his expertise.