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::"A former Marine and bartender, the always outspoken Ray Foley (no relation to Imbibe founder, Karen Foley) launched [[Bartender Magazine]] three decades ago, serving for a long stretch as one of the few magazines dedicated to bartending. He’s authored several bartending books (as well as a few joke books) and founded [[The Bartenders’ Foundation]], a non-profit that raises scholarship money for bartenders and their families."
 
::"A former Marine and bartender, the always outspoken Ray Foley (no relation to Imbibe founder, Karen Foley) launched [[Bartender Magazine]] three decades ago, serving for a long stretch as one of the few magazines dedicated to bartending. He’s authored several bartending books (as well as a few joke books) and founded [[The Bartenders’ Foundation]], a non-profit that raises scholarship money for bartenders and their families."
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Identified by Imbibe Magazine as one of “The Top 25 Most Influential Cocktail Personalities of the Past Century”[1]:

"A former Marine and bartender, the always outspoken Ray Foley (no relation to Imbibe founder, Karen Foley) launched Bartender Magazine three decades ago, serving for a long stretch as one of the few magazines dedicated to bartending. He’s authored several bartending books (as well as a few joke books) and founded The Bartenders’ Foundation, a non-profit that raises scholarship money for bartenders and their families."
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