The mission of Toys For Boys, a service that caters to men who crave lavish and luxury tastes, is expanding to include one-of-a-kind tours around the Miami area. These tours normally incorporate aspects of rich living, but are now being redesigned to take advantage of sensory-challenging adventures.
From breakfast at the posh Dame Zaha Hadid’s sales center, to a VIP tour of the features of the new upscale residential buildings in the Biscayne neighborhood, the new Toys For Boys tours exude class. Next, the tours take men of high class on a 30-minute private helicopter ride to the Palm Beach Race Track. This destination provides each guest with the opportunity to command a world class race car around the track. After the test drives, each guest is treated to a luncheon at the River Yacht Club on the Miami River, with host services provided by none other than Dom Perignon.
The founder of Toys For Boys, Danilo Diaz Granados is a groundbreaking Miami entrepreneur who has always felt the need to work in the luxury industries. His business visions include many unique models that focus on the desire of upper class men to explore and patronize facets of Miami’s business community that are rather exclusive, and who have the resources to create unbelievable recreational opportunities.
Danilo Diaz Granados owns and operates a downtown Miami boutique that is a mecca for gentlemen to explore lifestyle options including art, fashion, entertainment, travel, and options for buying real estate. Along with his business partner Rafael Gill, Mr. Granados has become one of the foremost authorities in metropolitan Miami for men of means to enjoy all that the area has to offer.
The new and expanded Toys For Boys tours offered by Danilo Diaz Granados and his company, have earned sponsorship and recognition by outstanding business and civic entities like Air Commander Aerospace, Gryphon Racing, One Thousand Museum, and Van Dutch Americas. Check out pictures from some of his tours on Instagram, or just check out what Danilo is saying about his storefront on Facebook.