Danilo Diaz Granados recently held an exquisite party in Miami. Hand-picked guests graced the one-of-a-kind event. These high-net-worth visitors got treated to an auspicious feat reserved for kings and queens. The package came complete with helicopter rides, vintage wines, and complimentary Dom Perignon bottles. There were sunset boat rides and a visit to the race tracks to top it all.
The founder of the TOYS FOR BOYS did not hold back at spoiling the attendants with a royal-like experience. After the occasion, he was quoted saying that his only desire was to give the guests a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
The day started off with the hand-picked invitees being treated to a sumptuous breakfast at Dame Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum Sales Center in the heart of Miami. Asides the mouth-watering treats and delights, the chosen few were also accorded a private viewing of the highly-talked-about uptown building premises located in the Biscayne area.
From The Chopper to the Lobsters
Soon after, the party moved to Palm Beach Race Track. Here, the men took turns to drive the race cars around the track, Granados included. After the thrills and spins of the race track, the entourage moved to the River Yacht Club situated on the pristine Miami River. Upon arrival, by air, they had lunch accompanied by loads of the finest Dom Perignon. This event was sponsored in part by Dom Perignon and Air Commander Aerospace. Other notable sponsors who contributed towards making that event a success were One Thousand Museum, Gryphon Racing, and Van Dutch Americas.
Danilo attended Babson College in Massachusetts. The visionary investor studied for a degree in Entrepreneurship and Economics. Soon after, he became an investment adviser and strategists working with various companies in the Miami area.
Today, he sits on the board of Fireman Capital Partners as an Associate in charge of equity investments. The flamboyant business person owns two businesses: Toys for Boys and Edge of Glory Films. Danilo is active on social media. He regularly posts and engages his fans and followers on the social media scene. Check out his Twitter, Facebook page or Instagram to keep up with him. Danilo also gets a lot of press for his accomplishments, detailing just what makes him such an asset to the Miami economy.