Jamba Juice store managers in Hawaii love the flexibility of their schedules, says Dean McPhail, chief executive and owner of JJC Hawaii LLC, the smoothie chain’s Honolulu-based franchisee. That got McPhail thinking: Wouldn’t the employees in his company’s support center want that same freedom? Given that gas in Hawaii is more than $4 per gallon and rush hour traffic is often miserable, the answer from the support staff was an unequivocal yes. So McPhail is looking for a tenant to sublease ...

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