Exciting Event Held For Toys for Boys

 

Danilo Diaz Granados has been putting on what he terms, Hyper-Sensory Experience events unique to Miami, to benefit his charity, TOYS for BOYS. His store’s special product lines are part of those exciting events, which include items that some people would consider quite extravagant. His guests at his event in July, 2016, ate a fantastic breakfast at One Thousand Museum center with the famous, Dame Zaha Hadid. It was a day of luxurious treatment for the powerful socialites who attended. The event concluded with a fabulous boat ride while the sun was setting. In between, celebrants took helicopter rides to the nearby racetrack, sipping Dom Perignon and snacking on the best cuisine Miami has to offer.

 

HauteLiving described that Danilo and the high-level attendees were given an exclusive tour of the new Biscayne residential property after finishing breakfast. As he hosted this over-the-top event, Danilo Diaz Granados let everyone there know that he wanted everyone there to experience the very best food, entertainment options, and artistry that Miami has to offer. To top this off, his rides in the helicopter took them on a circle tour of the Miami area, including a stop at the celebrated Palm Beach Race Track.

 

Danilo Diaz Granados helped start TOYS for BOYS. He had already done well in business because of his high degree of education and his knowledge of the local marketplace and people with their various mixed cultures. He is a graduate of Babson College in Wellesley, Mass. That is where he also obtained his degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship. When he came to Miami, Florida, he immediately recognized the need for more luxury stores.

  1. He has addressed that need in Miami with his store that offers great art pieces, exotic cars, high-end watches & jewelry. This was followed with a helicopter ride over to the River Yacht Club for a full beautiful lunch on the Miami River. I also like the fact that rushessays review would like to have that thing across all platforms too.