To recognize and celebrate those who make a substantial contribution to the advancement of the communications profession, the Arthur W. Page Society annually bestows two prestigious honors – induction into the Page Society Hall of Fame and awarding of the Distinguished Service Award.
Induction into the Page Society Hall of Fame is its highest honor, recognizing lifetime achievement in a distinguished career of leadership in corporate communications and public relations. Inductees' accomplishments include having significant positive influence on the enterprise on communications and business issues, major contributions to the profession, strong commitment to the Page Principles and a history of recognition by their peers.
The Distinguished Service Award honors an individual who has strengthened the role of public relations in business and society through service, writing, research, speaking or teaching. Recipients have devoted themselves to services that help build and nurture the profession, advance the understanding, practice or teaching of public relations and corporate communications and strengthen the role of public relations in our society.