This summer, veteran investor and co-founder of TOYS for BOYS hosted a fun-filled event for wealthy guests in Miami. The event consisted of fine cuisine, private previews, track racing, helicopter rides, Dom Perignon’s bottles, as well as an exciting sunset boat ride. Since launching TOYS for BOYS in 2013, Danilo has orchestrated numerous action-packed events for the elite Miami guests.
A lifetime experience in Miami
By organizing the event, Danilo wanted to create an opportunity for his guests to tour Miami and have a memorable experience. Guests were able to discover new places to access extravagant and unique products.
Summer event highlights
Designated guests were treated to an intimate breakfast at One Thousand Museum Sales Center. Next, they were offered an exclusive view of the residential building planned to be constructed in Miami’s Biscayne area. They were then ferried to the Palm Beach Race Track via a helicopter. Each guest had an opportunity to take charge of the wheel and ride the track. The guests enjoyed another helicopter ride to River Yacht Club where they were ushered with Dom Perignon bottles and lunch. They all embarked on a lovely sunset boat ride. Boat owners, Van Dutch and Technomar were the sponsors of the beautiful boat ride. Other sponsors included Gryphon Racing, One Thousand Museum, Van Dutch Americas, and Air Commander Aerospace.
Danilo Diaz Granados
Danilo Diaz Granados has served as the associate of Fireman Capital Partners since 2015. He has a degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship from Babson College. He started out as an investment advisor of a renowned Miami, a Florida-based investment company. He has professional expertise in assessing global investment-to-return issues concerning hedge funds, merchandising, fine arts, and energy efficiency.
Diaz is a private investor who owns and manages two successful businesses: TOYS for BOYS boutique and Edge of Glory Films. The Miami-based TOYS for BOYS Boutique offers jewelry, fine watches, outlandish automobiles, and contemporary art under one store. Diaz leverages his cumulative experience to advice both individual and corporate investors on how to invest wisely.