Danilo Diaz Granados this summer presented another incredible event for stinking wealthy guests in Miami. The event accommodated a fine cuisine, helicopter ride, bottles of Dom Perignon, sunset boat ride among other activities. Granados has held a number of thriving events for opulent guest.
In this summer event, Danilo Diaz Granados said that he wanted to create an event that represented the guest with lifetime memories. He further states that men in Miami now know where to check for unique and most extravagant products and places.
During this event, a few guests were honored with an intimate breakfast at Dame Zaha Hadadis One Thousand Museum Sales Center. During the treat, they were given a private preview of the notably anticipated residential building in the flush Biscayne area in Miami.
The event was ideally meant to expose the guests with the extravagant Miami lifestyle. The fine art, the perfect cuisine, and the entertainment part altogether in one.
Granados and the guests had a chance to enjoy a 30 minutes helicopter ride. They enjoyed the fancy view of Palm Beach Race Track. The entire guests had an opportunity to get on the track and spin. The entertaining continued when the guests returned and were served with Dom Perignon Champagne. Later they enjoyed lunch at the River Yacht Club where Dom Perigon was the host.
Technomar and Van Dutch, sponsored the event by providing the newest boats used during the sunset boat ride that marked the end of their exciting day in the city.
Danilo Diaz Granados planned with his business associates to pull lifetime event. This event was one of a kind which took place on air, dry land and sea. Among the sponsors who played parts includes Van Dutch Americas, One Thousand Museum, Air Commander Aerospace and Gryphon Racing.
Danilo Diaz Granados attended Babyson College in Wellesley Massachusetts where he earned a degree in Economics and Entrepreneurship. He later moved to Miami and put in entrepreneur skills in use. He is a man in mission and hosted different luxurious events in Miami. Learn about more events by reading Danilo’s official blog, or following his Twitter feed.