Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Miami Celebrates Sandra Fiorenza as a “Phantom Phenom”
At the Gables Estates Birthday Bash, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Miami donates $10,000 to charity supporting disabled children and veterans.
On Thursday, September 24th, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Miami honored Sandra Fiorenza a devoted wife, mother international businesswoman, philanthropist and competitive equestrian with their prestigious Phantom Phenom distinction, an accolade awarded to just nine women around the country who excel as leading realtors, designers, philanthropists and entrepreneurs.
Like a Rolls-Royce Phantom, each of these Phantom Phenoms, proud Rolls-Royce female owners, have a commanding presence and have built their own success being the best at what they do. They never stay in one lane. They have aimed high and delivered for themselves and their community. Exhibiting elegance, presence, and compassion, these Phantom Phenoms share a passion for their philanthropic efforts that make them stand out in their communities.
From Beverly Hills to Houston to Miami and beyond, their charitable efforts span an array of causes, from helping disabled children enjoy a better quality of life through equine therapy, to empowering women entrepreneurs, and to providing clean water to rural communities in Latin America.
Fiorenza was feted with an intimate birthday party at her exquisite Gables Estates home, held against a backdrop of stunning Rolls-Royce 2020 Phantoms and surrounded by adoring family and friends. The affair celebrated her many personal and business accomplishments and benefitted a cause near and dear to her, the charity Give Back for Special Equestrians, which provides life changing equine therapy scholarships to children and veterans with mental, emotional and physical disabilities.
“Rolls-Royce Miami is very pleased to honor Sandra Fiorenza and proud to have donated $10,000 in her honor to Give Back for Special Equestrians, an organization that is transforming lives through horsepower that heals,” said Mike Rodriguez, General Manager of Braman Miami and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Miami. “Sandra is an extraordinary woman setting the bar each day professionally and philanthropically. It gives us great pleasure to recognize her achievements and celebrate her as one of our Miami Phantom Phenoms.”
Martin Fritsches, President and CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Americas, commented, “Phantom Phenoms exhibit an aura of presence and power reminiscent of the Rolls-Royce Phantom. Sandra defined and achieved her own success, and we are honored she has chosen a Rolls-Royce motor car to help celebrate that success. We invite everyone to join us in applauding her success in business and passion in giving back to their community.”
An international real estate expert with ONE Sotheby’s International Realty, Fiorenza speaks five languages. An accomplished horseback rider, she is passionate about horses and helping others. She discovered her passion for equestrianism at a young age and enjoyed riding and competing as a child. Today, she and her daughter compete in horse shows around the country. She is an active Board Member of Give Back for Special Equestrians, a Florida-based nonprofit that provides therapeutic horseback riding for children and veterans with physical, emotional and mental disabilities such as Autism, Paralysis, and PTSD. Sandra enjoys the work with Give Back for Special Equestrians as it allows her to pay forward the joys that horses have brought to her life with others facing some of life’s most difficult challenges.
“My husband Randy and I would like to say thank Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Miami so very much for the most amazing party you organized for me. It was truly beautiful and made me feel so very special,” said Fiorenza. “Every detail was so perfectly planned and all of the guests enjoyed seeing the Phantoms on display, which certainly added to the elegance of the evening. It is with deep gratitude that I thank you for making such a generous donation to Give Back for Special Equestrians. Thanks to your support we will be able to provide many special needs children with life changing equine therapy.”
Fiorenza joins eight other women across the country, including a second Miami Phenom Stephanie Shojaee, with the prestigious designation including: Alexandra Park Souto, Ella Peters, Lee Bailey, Melissa Muller, Colleen Ellison, Renee Tims, and Hilary Roberts.
Braman Miami is a collection of car dealerships spanning Biscayne Boulevard in downtown Miami, Braman Miami was founded in 1975 by businessman Norman Braman with a single Cadillac dealership. Today, the dealership sells and services new and pre-owned Rolls-Royce motor cars, consistently ranking among the top dealers in the United States.