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Updated 12:00 a.m., Sun October 11, 2015
PHOTO BY: William Harvey

Jayme Mayo of Conway stands by a Nabholz Construction truck. Mayo, who has degrees as a physical-therapy assistant and physician’s assistant, is director of wellness for the company. In addition to working at the company’s wellness center in Conway, she finds fitness opportunities for employees when they travel to any of the 45 states in which Nabholz is licensed to do business, she said. Mayo, 40, and her husband participate in races and Iron Man competitions all over the United States.

Jayme Mayo

Nabholz wellness director practices what she preaches

The framed mementos from Iron Man competitions and marathons that line the walls in Jayme Mayo’s office at the Nabholz Wellness Center in Conway are meant to inspire, not impress, she said. “The point is — it’s about what you can accomplish,” Mayo said. “It’s not letting excuses prevent you from achieving your goals.” Mayo is acutely aware that she is a role model for 1,100 employees of Nabholz Construction, where she has served as dire... READ MORE

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