Toys for Boys’ co-founder Danil0 Diaz Granados held an action-filled event for exclusive guests in Miami, Florida. The festivities included fine cuisine, helicopter rides, a racetrack, exclusive movie previews, Dom Perignon, and a boat ride. Mr. Granados has held other such successful events since co-founding TOYS FOR BOYS in 2013.
In a statement Danila Diaz Granados said that he wanted to give his customers a once-in-a-lifetime experience. He went on to further say that he enjoys offering his guests an opportunity to connect with world-class cuisine, art, and entertainment.
The hand-selected and privileged guests were given a private breakfast at Dame Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum. They were then given exclusive access to a new upscale residential building in the Biscayne area of Miami.
The guests were taken by helicopter to Palm Beach Race Track where each man was able to take a race car around the track. After returning via helicopter they were received with Dom Perignon and an exquisite lunch at the River Yacht Club. To conclude the day guests were given a sunset boat ride in the bay.
Danilo Diaz Granados attended Babson College in Wellesley Massachusetts, where he graduated with a degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship. He received his MBA from IE Business School in Madrid Spain. After moving to Miami he saw a need in the Latino community for a luxury boutique that had fine arts, high-end watches and jewelry, as well as exotic cars in one unique store. He created Toys for Boys Boutique in order to fit this need, as well as launching an accompanying magazine. Granados also has a film studio which has produced such documentaries as “Living Latino”.
Toys for Boys Boutique, located in the exclusive Wynwood Arts District, also includes a private event space. With 3,000 square feet of space it can host birthdays, photo shoots, commercials, corporate events, and much more. The space can be fully equipped with one-f-a-kind artifacts. hidden behind closed doors and just waiting to be discovered.