Danilo Diaz Granados, the famous co-founder of TOYS for BOYS recently orchestrated another great event for guests in Miami. The event, held this year in July featured helicopter rides, bottles of Dom Perignon, fine cuisine, time at the racetrack, exclusive previews and a great sunset boat ride. Danilo has been able to successfully organize some of the best hyper sensory events for guests. After co-founding TOYS for BOYS, many people started to know him.
The main aim of creating the July event was to create a great opportunity where the noble guests would have an experience they would never forget. Thanks to the new event, the men living in Miami have a reliable place to check the best and extravagant products in the market.
At this year’s event, there were several hand selected guests that were invited. These guests had an opportunity to get a special intimate breakfast at the sales center known as One Thousand Museum. After the breakfast, the guests were treated to a special private preview in the residential building located in the upscale Biscayne.
The main goal of Danilo and his team is to ensure that all the events organized offer their guests a special opportunity to connect with art, entertainment and cuisine that is extravagant as Miami’s style.
Danilo Granados decided to join his noble guests for a helicopter ride that lasted thirty minutes. The visitors went to the Palm Beach Race, and all of them were given an opportunity to take a spin in the track and jump behind the wheels. The guests were excited, and all of them returned using the helicopter. They were later received and given the best champagne before being served lunch at River Yacht Club.
Danilo Diaz Granados made the event memorable by partnering with business partners and some of the top tier organizations in the city. Without these partners and companies, it would have been impossible to pull off the event on sea, air and land.
Danilo Diaz Granados is known to many as a man on a special mission. He discovered his talent when studying in Wellesley, Massachusetts. He has a degree in Entrepreneurship and Economics, and he started his career when he relocated to Miami.