This year’s Toys for Boys event was another spectacular affair. Co-founder Danilo Diaz Granados pulled off another unbelievably fantastic night for his affluent guests in Miami. It was the summer’s hottest charitable night. The night featured fine cuisine, exclusive previews, helicopters rides, some racetrack action, bottles of exquisite champagne, and boat ride at sunset. Since founding in 2013, the event always puts of truly extravagant nights that show its noble guests numerous hyper-sensory experiences.
Danilo Diaz Granados wanted the night to give its guests once-in-a-lifetime experiences that would be impossible to forget.
The guests were privileged to a quiet, intimate breakfast at one of the finest locations, Dame Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum sales center. They were also given a preview of one of the most highly-anticipated residential buildings in the upscale Biscayne are of Miami.
He took his guest on a 30-minute ride on a luxury helicopter to the Palm Beach Race Track. There, every man was offered an opportunity to take one of their lovely rides around the track. The guests returned via helicopter and were met with Dom Perignon champagne and a lunch served at River Yacht Club on the Miami River.
Danilo Diaz Granados has been called a man on a mission by many. He knew from a young age that he was destined to a make a difference in the world. While attending Babson College in Wellesley Massachusetts, he earned a degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship, all listed on Danilo’s LinkedIn profile. He soon after moved to Miami to apply what he had learned and to follow his dream. He noticed a lack of luxury boutiques that tailor or attracted members of the Latino community. He wanted to offer the previously excluded community contemporary art, fine watches, jewelry, and exotic cars in one unique store. He later decided to start the Toys for Boys Boutique.