A select group of wealthy Miami, Florida residents were hosted by Danilo Diaz Granados on a special day meant to highlight the luxury available in the city. Mr. Granados began the day by taking his group to a special breakfast at the Dame Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum apartment building sales center. Guests were then taken on a tour of the luxury development and shown all the amenities available to its residents.
After touring one of Miami’s latest luxury apartment developments, Danilo and company headed to the Palm Beach Race Track by helicopter. At the race track each guest was given a chance to take a sports car for a lap around the track. The group then returned to Miami by helicopter and headed off for lunch at the River Yacht Club. The meal included Dom Perignon champagne and took place alongside the Miami River.
The conclusion of the event was a sunset boat ride out to the bay around Miami. Thanks to the generous support of Van Dutch and Technomar, the sailing was done in the latest and most fashionable boats released by the companies.
Mr. Granados said that the outing would not have been possible if it wasn’t for the generosity of sponsors like Gryphon Racing, One Thousand Museum, Van Dutch Americas and Air Commander Aerospace. He wanted to create a once in a lifetime experience and showcase the best of Miami’s entertainment, art, dining and living. Danilo believed he achieved this.
About Danilo Diaz Granados
Danilo Diaz Granados is a businessman and financial professional. He created Toys For Boys in 2013. This is a luxury boutique firm that caters to high net worth individuals. It offers them access to fine art, rare vintage cars, jewelry and more in an intimate setting. Mr. Granados also has his own movie production company based in Miami. It is called Edge of Glory Films. It produces movies geared towards Latino audiences.
Mr. Diaz Granados is a graduate of Babson College where he majored in economics and entrepreneurship. He also holds an MBA in business from IE Business School in Spain. Previous employers include Movilway and Fireman associates. At Movilway he worked as a business manager and at Fireman associates he worked as a business analyst for private investments.