Co-Founders Josh Deaton and James Schaefer have built DeliveryMaxx into a multimillion dollar organization from an idea scribbled onto a yellow notepad to a state-of-the-art patented program that provides automotive dealerships and other organizations with a unique ability to increase CSI Scores, Sales, Customer Loyalty, Service Revenue, Online Reputation, Search Engine Optimization, and Branding.
With DeliveryMaxx, automotive dealerships truly have a total customer care program that allows the consumer to share their great experience through published online reviews as well as their new vehicle through social media marketing. “Many companies have tried to do what DeliveryMaxx has been able to create, but they fail because they have taken shortcuts. Ultimately these companies hurt the dealership, and do not provide the service the automotive industry needs” states Josh Deaton, Chief Executive Officer of DeliveryMaxx. Instead of an automotive dealership having to go to five different vendors to provide social media marketing, online reputation management, search engine optimization, local search engine optimization, and a customer loyalty program; DeliveryMaxx combines all of these programs into a complete program that will help dealerships “Win Customers for Life”.
In addition to leading automotive dealerships into additional profits utilizing modern technology, both men are very involved in their children’s activities. Mr. Schaefer coaches both his son and daughter’s teams. Recently, Schaefer’s top nationally ranked Rockwall Jackets 10U football team where he is the head line coach just won their 3rd straight National Championship at Dallas Cowboys Stadium during Thanksgiving week. His son Joseph plays linebacker and fullback. Mr. Deaton, who also has a son who plays golf for his middle school team, was excited to see his daughter Alexa earn the right to be called Cheerleading National Champion for Heath Hawk’s Cheerleading where the competition was televised nationally (also at Dallas Cowboy Stadium). “Both kids work very hard in school and in their extra-curricular activities. I am a firm believer that sports can prepare kids for business. There are winners, losers, and a right way you have to compete. You have to work with others in order to be successful. I will be excited to see both Alexa and Joseph work for our company when the time comes” says James Schaefer, Chief Operating Officer of DeliveryMaxx.
Of course both Joseph and Alexa are 10 years old and each in the 5th grade, so they will have some time to continue to enjoy their activities before the challenges of running a business become a reality of life. However, if their success in sports is a prelude to how they will do in business when that time comes, DeliveryMaxx has a very solid line of succession.