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John R. Doyle

Executive Director

American Beverage Association

HQ Phone:  (202) 463-6732

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American Beverage Association

1101 Sixteenth St. Nw

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20036

United States

Company Description

The American Beverage Foundation for a Healthy America seeks to make a significant contribution to the health of local communities by providing grants to support charitable programs at community organizations that work to advance both the physical health of th... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Communications Director

Bermans LLP


Materials Engineer

The Dow Chemical Company


Quality Assurance and QC Supervisor

Quantum Composites Inc


Affiliations

Center for Consumer Freedom

Spokesman


The Pop History Dig LLC

Founder


Ceres Company

Board Member


Foundation for Alcohol Responsibility

Board Member


SourceWatch

Board Member


Education

Norfolk Public Schools


B.S.

Millersville University


Bachelor of Arts Degree

journalism

California


Bachelor of Arts Degree

journalism

California State University Fresno


Beatles' D.C. Gig


Master

Regional Planning

Penn State University


Web References(181 Total References)


www.driveandstayalive.com

"Roadblocks, lower arrest thresholds, and red-ribbon campaigns are not going to change the behavior of the alcohol abusers who are the source of today's drunk driving problem," said ABI executive director John Doyle.
"In fact, these efforts divert funds and attention away from the real problem. We need to use the most effective law enforcement methods we have to get drunk drivers off the road." The misinformation hidden in the above paragraph lies in the use of the phrase: "the real problem." Surely the "real problem" is every single person who drinks beyond reasonable limits and than drives, Mr. Doyle!


www.sourcewatch.org [cached]

John Doyle, communications director for Berman & Co., also serves as a spokesman for the EPI, as well as two other Berman organizations, the Center for Consumer Freedom and the American Beverage Institute.


www.alcoholresponsibility.org [cached]

John DoyleJohn DoyleJohn Doyle is Senior Vice President with the Washington DC office of Ruder Finn, a NY-based independent communications, counseling and services agency.John was formerly communications director for Berman & Co. a Washington, DC public affairs firm that represents the tobacco industry as well as hotels, beer distributors, taverns, and restaurant chains.He has also served as a spokesman for the Center for Consumer Freedom, the Employment Policies Institute, and the American Beverage Institute which promotes responsible alcohol consumption.


austindwi.com [cached]

Such talk makes John Doyle, executive director of the American Beverage Institute, cringe.
"This campaign is a lot further down the pike than people realize," says Doyle, whose group is funded by chains including Outback Steakhouse and Chili's and is leading the opposition to broader use of interlocks. He says the existing devices are costly and easy to defeat, by getting someone else to blow into them or using an air compressor instead of a driver's own breath. Besides, he says most drunken-driving deaths are caused by hard-core offenders who have slipped through the system. "How far are you going to go to reduce alcohol-related fatalities? Doyle asks.


gaduiblog.com [cached]

Chronic alcohol abusers can easily avoid roadblocks, according to John Doyle, executive director of the American Beverage Institute.
"Waiting for drunk drivers to find themselves in a highly publicized roadblock is kind of like waiting for a fish to jump in your boat," Mr. Doyle said. "(They) are too aware of where the roadblocks are. Mr. Doyle said it is a waste of time to have 12 or more law enforcement officers standing at a roadblock when they could be out tracking down impaired drivers. Many of the people who are stopped at roadblocks haven't been drinking. "The people who are told that drunk driving is dangerous probably already know that," he said.


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