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Tacos 4 Life expands philanthropic goal

By John Magsam

This article was originally published April 30, 2017 at 4:30 a.m. Updated May 1, 2017 at 4:30 a.m.

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Austin Samuelson, owner of Tacos 4 Life, opened his first restaurant with his wife, Ashton, after the couple heard that 18,000 children worldwide die each day from hunger.

Tacos 4 Life co-founder Austin Samuelson has six restaurants in Arkansas and is working to expand throughout the South via franchising agreements.


A Conway-based restaurant chain is working to make a profit while it tries to feed the world's hungry -- one taco at a time.

Tacos 4 Life co-founder Austin Samuelson has six restaurants in Arkansas and is working to expand throughout the South via franchising agreements.


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