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55: Using the Power of Food to Build Community | John Park | Hungry Asian

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Interview with John Park, Owner of the Hungry Asian:

This week on Roanoke Podcast for Good, Hal speaks with John Park. With an undying love of all things food and the community it can create, John Park has become the quintessential food evangelist for Southwest Virginia. Though John lives in a suit by day, he prides himself on sharing his love of great eats and the people who make it possible through his social media moniker @HungryAsianRKE. Our conversation with John follows the growth of his social media brand, his passion for small businesses, developing his food social events: Monday Funday, pub runs and Food Truck Rodeos, advice he has for his past self and a few tips he has for his fellow Roanoke Valley residents and restaurant owners. If that doesn’t catch your interest, stay tuned for recommendations on where to get some excellent tacos!

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Written by: Emma Shulist
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