This July, TOYS for BOYS’ co-founder Danilo Diaz Granados gathered some of the most influential people of Miami for a day of action and luxury. The last of several mind-blowing events thrown by the successful entrepreneur, this was truly a celebration of the senses. As Diaz Granados stated himself, the objective of the event was to give his guests a once-in-a-lifetime experience, further expanding the vision he had for the now highly successful TOYS for BOYS. “Men in Miami now have a place to check out the most extravagant, one-of-a-kind products and places,” he stated after the event.

 

Like any successful entrepreneur, Danilo Diaz Granados is a man with a vision. Right after getting his degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship from Babson College, he moved from Wellesley Massachusetts to Miami in order to start a business. Once there, he realized that the Latino community in Miami needed a luxury boutique that catered to highly-driven, successful and sophisticated clientele. As a result, TOYS for BOYS was born, raising the standards for all luxury-oriented businesses in the Miami area. Today, the boutique is a thriving business that has helped affluent members of the Latino community get in touch with their extravagant side.

 

The experience started early in the morning, when the guests were gathered in Dame Zaha Hadid’s One Thousand Museum sales center for a gourmet breakfast. At this location, not only were they treated to a unique sampling of high-cuisine and art, but also given a private preview of the new residential building in the exclusive Biscayne area of Miami.

 

Upon their return, the guests were received with bottles of Dom Perignon and guided to the the River Yacht Club for lunch. To their surprise, at the end of a day full of excitement Danilo Diaz Granados had one more surprise for them. Sponsored by Van Dutch and Technomar, they gleefully embarked on a test ride of their newest boats around the Miami coastline.  FinancialContent.com has more on what Danilo has had to offer Miami business at large.