The origins of Casol (CASA DE DIOS, PUERTA AL CIELO) date back to 1986 when Enrique Díaz better known as “the king of cookware” after spending a childhood without his mother who died when he was 3 years old, Mrs. Victoria Bronttis. Little Enrique was left in charge of his maternal grandmother whom he affectionately called "Mamamama" and his father, whom he describes as the best salesman in the world, the best motivator and above all, Mr. Oscar Díaz Bonifaz, an excellent father.
After finishing his studies in his native Lima, Peru, his father sent him to the USA at the age of 17 since terrorism reigned in his country at that time. After crossing several borders including the Mexico-US border (which he crossed walking through the desert for a week) he arrived in Phoenix, Arizona in 1981, and his first jobs were as a car wash, cleaning and dishwasher, but always without forget the great memory of his father selling cameras and him accompanying him when he was 5 years old; that's why in 1984 he started selling English courses, After two years he decided to start his own kitchen utensil sales company, which he started with no capital, only counting on his experience that he already had as a seller, since then he has worked in what he is most passionate about: “cooking and selling, ”Becoming known by various media such as TV that includes Univision (for more than 25 years), Unimas and others; and on radio stations such as Radio Kasa, 1190 AM among others, also in various local newspapers and magazines.
Mr. Enrique says “without God nothing is possible” and thanks him for all the blessings in his life. And we always remember him for his words: "Smile that God loves you" and his now famous phrase "Smile even if you are missing a tooth."