On a beautiful July morning in Miami, a group of people gathered together to have breakfast and start on a day filled with action and adventure. The group was organized by Danilo Diaz Granados, co-founder of Toys for Boys, a business that caters to the affluent and shows its customers that there’s nothing wrong with enjoying the finer things in life.
Danilo invited a number of the Miami elite to see the best of what the area has to offer. They started by eating a decadent meal at One Thousand Museum’s sales center, and then they were given an exclusive tour of the new building that’s located in the desirable Biscayne neighborhood. Later in the day, they took a helicopter to the Palm Beach Race Track. Each guest got to get behind the wheel and feel the horsepower of an ultra high-performance vehicle as they drove around the track. Dom Perignon hosted their lunch at the River Yacht Club on the Miami River. They finished their day with sunset boat rides on the latest vessels made by Van Dutch and Technomar.
The action-packed day was a way for Danilo to treat his loyal customers and was a perfect time to showcase what he’s all about to potential new customers.
Danilo went to Babson College in Massachusetts, where he received a degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship. He moved to Miami and took advantage of the opportunity to start Toys for Boys. He gave the Latino community a place where they could find high-quality goods like art, watches, jewelry, and automobiles.