VP of Marketing
Ms. Wagoner joined Mayson Capital Parnters, LLC (Mayson Capital) in 2015. Mayson Capital’s core investments include convenience stores, restaurants, hotels and a community bank. Growth platform investments also include urgent care clinics and an on-demand transportation network system. Several of these businesses drive growth in a commercial real estate portfolio that includes additional commercial properties and developments. Mayson Capital also allocates significant resources to start-ups, technology and venture investments with opportunity for explosive growth.
Mayson Capital always leads investments with its own capital. Additional funds are raised from a network of high net-worth individuals on a deal-by-deal basis. This approach allows flexibility with deal structures and tends to yield more patient capital while portfolio businesses carry out their business plans.
After graduating summa cum laude from Southeast Missouri State University with her B.S. in Business Administration, Ms. Wagoner became the Marketing and Advertising Manager for a 57-store tire retailer. For fourteen years, her responsibilities included purchasing traditional media, developing campaign messages, launching the retailer’s presence in digital marketing and collaborating with the world’s largest tire manufacturers to execute marketing strategies.
Since joining Mayson Capital, Ms. Wagoner has engaged customers through projects that other marketers only imagine. Her portfolio includes contributing to a Guinness World Record for the world’s largest soft drink cup, which contained 4,730 gallons of lemonade and serves as a selfie backdrop for Cape Girardeau visitors. She also earned Convenience Store Decisions magazine’s 2018 Best Overall Engagement through Ongoing Social Media Campaigns Award for five campaigns spotlighting Rhodes’ best asset, its employees. Ms. Wagoner helped welcome Imo’s Pizza, a regional pizza brand, into its convenience store chain and co-branded an Imo’s Pizza-Rhodes fundraising program, which has raised $40,000 for local schools and organizations.
Lindsey resides in Kelso, Missouri with her three children; Avery, Alex and Madelyn. Her job outside Mayson Capital is CEO of her children’s busy sports and hobby schedules. Lindsey also utilizes her marketing skills by organizing fundraisers for her children’s parochial school.