Recent ASPC News and Announcements




Entry Period for First Annual ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards Now Closed

PITTSBURGH, January 16, 2018—The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC) has announced that the period for submitting entries to the First Annual ASPC Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Communication Awards competition has now closed. Honorees will be notified in late February and announced publicly in early March.

“We couldn’t be more excited by the quality of entries we’ve received in this, the inaugural year for our D&I Communication Awards program,” said ASPC President Erin Reilly. “When we consider events here in the U.S. and around the world right now, it’s hard to imagine a more important time for our institutions and leaders from both the private and public sectors to be hard at work to build a more welcoming, diverse and inclusive society. And we’re really eager to dive into the entries we’ve received from professional communicators around the world who are helping their organizations to share important messages of tolerance, respect and dignity. Our judges have their work cut out for them as they seek to identify the best examples of that from the entries we’ve received.”

The ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards will honor the top entries among D&I annual reports, heritage and history month campaigns, comprehensive D&I communications strategies and thought leadership. Participants also have an opportunity to nominate an individual representing their organization as one of our inaugural ASPC D&I Communication Champions. Winners of the ASPC D&I Communication Awards will receive a plaque signifying their achievements. The ASPC awards committee also may bestow awards for excellence or a certificate of honorable mention upon other exceptional entries.

The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC), headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., works to create a platform for education, innovation and the recognition of excellence among professional communicators in order to promote best practices and raise the standards of excellence within the industry. For nearly 20 years, the ASPC has pursued its mission through the ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards and the ASPC Masters Communication Awards competitions. And in 2017, we introduced the First Annual ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards program. For more information, visit the ASPC Web site, https://www.asprocomm.com.



ASPC Announces Winners of its 2017 Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards

PITTSBURGH, January 4, 2018—The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC) is proud to announce the winners of the 2017 ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report Awards. The ASPC Annual and CSR Report Awards Competition honors the outstanding work done by our colleagues each year on these most important documents that, together, tell the story of not just what an organization does but how it benefits the communities it serves and the wider world.

“We couldn’t have been more pleased with the quality of this year’s entries for the program,” said ASPC President Erin Reilly. “Across industries, geographies and revenue classes, our judges were beyond impressed with the creativity of this year’s reports but also the commitment to clarity as these organizations worked to tell their stories in ways that were transparent and meaningful for all of their varied constituencies. In most cases, it was very difficult to select choose which from those among the best were most deserving of our top prizes. And we were delighted to award the ASPC Colonial Award for Excellence to numerous reports that stood out but just fell short of top honors. All of this year’s honorees should be extremely proud of their accomplishments.”

The ASPC Annual and CSR Report Awards competition compares entries against others in four revenue classes – not-for- profits, companies with gross revenues less than $250 million, companies with gross revenues between $250 million and $2.5 billion, and companies with gross revenues greater than $2.5 billion. And the judges – all of whom are professional communicators with a decade or more of experience working on annual and CSR reports across the private and public sectors – consider how design influences (or is influenced by) the narrative tone, the transparency and authenticity of the content, the organizational structure or framework that provides context for the information presented within the report, the clarity of financial information throughout the report, and how the information within the report is presented online.

The winners of the 2017 ASPC Annual and CSR Report Awards are as follows:

Revenue Category: Greater than $2.5 Billion

Best Annual Report
Winner
International Paper

Colonial Award for Excellence
ATCO Ltd.
Rockwell Collins

Annual Report Best Front Cover
Winner
JLL

Colonial Award for Excellence
Cargill

Annual Report Best Letter to Shareholders
Winner
Nationwide

Colonial Award for Excellence
Pinnacle Foods Inc.

Annual Report Best Photography and Graphic Design
Winner
Cargill

Annual Report Best Narrative
Winner
Nationwide

Annual Report Best Financial Presentation
Winner
Pinnacle Foods Inc.

Annual Report Best Interactive Online Experience
Winner
JLL

Best Corporate Social Responsibility Report
Winner
Southwest Airlines

Colonial Award for Excellence
Henry Schein, Inc.
MGM Resorts International

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Front Cover
Winner
Southwest Airlines

Colonial Award for Excellence
AT&T
Avaya
Celestica

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Letter to Stakeholders
Winner
Newmont Mining Corporation

Colonial Award for Excellence
Celestica
Peabody
Southwest Airlines

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Photography and Graphic Design
Winner
Arrow Electronics, Inc.

Colonial Award for Excellence
Alliant Energy
Exelon Corporation
Hormel Foods
JLL

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Narrative
Winner
CVS Health

Colonial Award for Excellence
Cargill
Las Vegas Sands
MetLife
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Interactive Online Experience
Winner
AT&T

Colonial Award for Excellence
Con Edison of New York
Hormel Foods
Newmont Mining Corporation
Southwest Airlines

Revenue Category: $250 Million to $2.5 Billion

Best Annual Report
Winner
Nasdaq

Colonial Award for Excellence
Paysafe
Prestige Brands

Annual Report Best Front Cover
Winner
Paysafe

Annual Report Best Letter to Shareholders
Winner
DTCC

Annual Report Best Photography and Graphic Design
Winner
Kennedy Wilson

Colonial Award for Excellence
Amica Mutual Insurance Company

Annual Report Best Narrative
Winner
Amica Mutual Insurance Company

Colonial Award for Excellence
Paysafe

Annual Report Best Financial Presentation
Winner
Paysafe

Colonial Award for Excellence
Kennedy Wilson

Best Corporate Social Responsibility Report
Winner
Sherritt International Corporation

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Front Cover
Winner
Nasdaq

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Letter to Stakeholders
Winner
Autodesk, Inc.

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Photography and Graphic Design
Winner
Sherritt International Corporation

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Narrative
Winner
Hogan Lovells

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Interactive Online Experience
Winner
Sherritt International Corporation

Revenue Category: Less than $250 Million

Best Annual Report
Winner
Sound Transit*

Best Corporate Social Responsibility Report
Winner
Land Rover BAR

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Front Cover
Winner
Bentall Kennedy

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Letter to Stakeholders
Winner
Bentall Kennedy

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Photography and Graphic Design
Winner
Land Rover BAR

Corporate Social Responsibility Report Best Narrative
Winner
Bentall Kennedy

Revenue Category: Not-for-Profit

Best Annual Report
Winner
The Toy Association

Annual Report Best Front Cover
Winner
The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington

Annual Report Best Photography and Graphic Design
Winner
MetLife Foundation

Colonial Award for Excellence
The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington

Annual Report Best Narrative
Winner
MetLife Foundation

* As a revenue-generating public agency, Sound Transit was judged alongside similar-size for-profit organizations rather than against the charitable organizations that largely make up our not-for-profit segment.

The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC), headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., works to create a platform for education, innovation and the recognition of excellence among professional communicators in order to promote best practices and raise the standards of excellence within the industry. For nearly 20 years, the ASPC has pursued its mission through the ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards and the ASPC Masters Communication Awards competitions. New for 2017, the ASPC is bringing to bear the same practices and standards that have governed those successful programs for so many years in order to launch the new ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards program. For more information, visit the ASPC Web site, https://www.asprocomm.com.



ASPC Extends Entry Deadline for First Annual Diversity & Inclusion Communication Awards to January 12, 2018

PITTSBURGH, December 26, 2017-In the spirit of the holiday season and at the request of the community that we aim to serve, The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC) has announced that it is extending the deadline for entries for the First Annual ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards competition by to Friday, January 12, 2018.

The call for entries and the online entry form are available on the ASPC Web site, https://www.asprocomm.com.

The ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards will honor the top entries among D&I annual reports, heritage and history month campaigns, comprehensive D&I communications strategies and thought leadership. Participants also have an opportunity to nominate an individual representing their organization as one of our inaugural ASPC D&I Communication Champions. Click here for more information about the competition categories.

Winners of the ASPC D&I Communication Awards will receive a plaque signifying their achievements. The ASPC awards committee also may bestow awards for excellence or a certificate of honorable mention upon other exceptional entries.

The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC), headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., works to create a platform for education, innovation and the recognition of excellence among professional communicators in order to promote best practices and raise the standards of excellence within the industry. For nearly 20 years, the ASPC has pursued its mission through the ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards and the ASPC Masters Communication Awards competitions. New for 2017, the ASPC is bringing to bear the same practices and standards that have governed those successful programs for so many years in order to launch the new ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards program. For more information, visit the ASPC Web site, https://www.asprocomm.com.



ASPC Announces One-Week Only Enhanced Discount on D&I Communication Awards Entry Fees

PITTSBURGH, November 13, 2017-- In an effort to get ahead of the busy holiday season, the American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC) is offering a special “pre-holiday” discount on entries to the First Annual ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards. All entries received between Monday, November 13, and Friday, November 17, 2017, will receive a 20 percent discount off all entry fees. That’s an extra 5 percent over and above the early bird discount for entries received by December 8, 2017. Click here for more information about the program and to enter today!



ASPC Announces First Annual Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards Competition

PITTSBURGH, November 6, 2017-- The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC) has announced that it is now accepting entries for the First Annual ASPC Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Communication Awards competition. The call for entries and the entry form are available on the ASPC Web site, http://www.asprocomm.com. The deadline for entries is Friday, December 22, 2017; early bird entries received by Friday, December 8, 2017, receive a 15 percent discount off their total entry fees.

The business case for D&I gets stronger each year as more organizations realize the benefits of cultivating a culture that leverages diversity in order to build higher-performing teams of individuals whose differences lead to more constructive dialogue and more innovative thinking about how best to serve diverse constituencies. And strong D&I communications programs – including annual D&I reports, history and heritage month programs, social media campaigns, advertising, thought leadership and more – bring transparency to this effort while giving organizations the opportunity to make important statements about their investments, their culture and their shared values to customers, business partners, community leaders, and current and prospective employees. The ASPC D&I Communication Awards competition seeks to recognize those organizations and champions whose communication efforts most effectively advance their D&I message and tell their D&I stories.

“In the current political environment and in the wake of so many recent tragedies that have been fueled by intolerance, ignorance and hatred, it’s more important than ever that we honor those who are working hard to build bridges and create meaningful connections between people,” said ASPC President Erin Reilly. “Professional communicators and the organizations for which we work are leading the way in the ongoing struggle to help build not only corporate cultures but a broader societal outlook that values the qualities and experiences that make us unique and in which everyone has a voice. Our awards program aims to recognize those in our profession and the leaders with whom we work who strive each day to advance their D&I messages and to tell their D&I stories.”

The ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards will honor the top entries among D&I annual reports, heritage and history month campaigns, comprehensive D&I communications strategies and thought leadership. Participants also have an opportunity to nominate an individual representing their organization as one of our inaugural ASPC D&I Communication Champions. Click here for more information about the competition categories.

Winners of the ASPC D&I Communication Awards will receive a plaque signifying their achievements. The ASPC awards committee also may bestow awards for excellence or a certificate of honorable mention upon other exceptional entries.

The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC), headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., works to create a platform for education, innovation and the recognition of excellence among professional communicators in order to promote best practices and raise the standards of excellence within the industry. For nearly 20 years, the ASPC has pursued its mission through the ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards and the ASPC Masters Communication Awards competitions. New for 2017, the ASPC is bringing to bear the same practices and standards that have governed those successful programs for so many years in order to launch the new ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards program. For more information, visit the ASPC Web site, http://www.asprocomm.com.



Entry Period for 2017 ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards Now Closed

PITTSBURGH, October 14, 2017—The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC) has announced that the period for submitting entries to the 2017 ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report Awards competition has now closed. Honorees will be notified in late November and announced publicly on December 4, 2017.

“We have a fantastic crop of entries for this year’s competition, with submissions from across industries and from all over the world,” said ASPC President Erin Reilly. “I’d personally like to thank everyone who took the time and made the investment to submit an entry and to participate in this program, which seeks not only to recognize the very best work in our industry but to help us all learn from the best practices, creativity and innovation of our peers in the field of professional communications. Having spent some time looking at many of this year’s entries, I’d say our judges have their work cut out for them when it comes time to select our honorees.”

The ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards Competition honors the outstanding work done by our colleagues each year on these most important documents that, together, tell the story of not just what an organization does but how it benefits the communities it serves and the wider world. The competition compares entries against others in four revenue classes – not-for-profits, companies with gross revenues less than $250 million, companies with gross revenues between $250 million and $2.5 billion, and companies with gross revenues greater than $2.5 billion. And the judges – all of whom are professional communicators with a decade or more of experience working on annual and CSR reports across the private and public sectors – consider how design influences (or is influenced by) the narrative tone, the transparency and authenticity of the content, the organizational structure or framework that provides context for the information presented within the report, the clarity of financial information throughout the report, and how the information within the report is presented online.

In addition to the competition's best-of-category awards, the ASPC awards committee also may bestow the ASPC Colonial Award for Excellence or a certificate of honorable mention upon other exceptional entries.

The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC), headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., works to create a platform for education, innovation and the recognition of excellence among professional communicators in order to promote best practices and raise the standards of excellence within the industry. For nearly 20 years, the ASPC has pursued its mission through the ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards and the ASPC Masters Communication Awards competitions. New for 2017, the ASPC is bringing to bear the same practices and standards that have governed those successful programs for so many years in order to launch the new ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards program. For more information, visit the ASPC Web site, http://www.asprocomm.com.



ASPC Extends 2017 Annual and CSR Report Awards Entry Deadline to October 13

PITTSBURGH, October 2, 2017—At the request of the community that we aim to serve – particularly those professional communicators whose organizations operate on a variant fiscal calendar and publish their annual and/or corporate social responsibility (CSR) reports later in the year, as well as a number of organizations that have been either impacted by or preoccupied with recovery efforts related to recent natural disasters – The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC) has announced that it is extending the deadline for entries for the 2017 ASPC Annual and CSR Report Awards competition by two weeks to Friday, October 13.

The call for entries and the online entry form are available on the ASPC Web site, http://www.asprocomm.com.

The ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards Competition honors the outstanding work done by our colleagues each year on these most important documents that, together, tell the story of not just what an organization does but how it benefits the communities it serves and the wider world. The competition compares entries against others in four revenue classes – not-for-profits, companies with gross revenues less than $250 million, companies with gross revenues between $250 million and $2.5 billion, and companies with gross revenues greater than $2.5 billion. And the judges – all of whom are professional communicators with a decade or more of experience working on annual and CSR reports across the private and public sectors – consider how design influences (or is influenced by) the narrative tone, the transparency and authenticity of the content, the organizational structure or framework that provides context for the information presented within the report, the clarity of financial information throughout the report, and how the information within the report is presented online.

In addition to the competition's best-of-category awards, the ASPC awards committee also may bestow the ASPC Colonial Award for Excellence or a certificate of honorable mention upon other exceptional entries.

Additionally, the ASPC is again offering an optional written critique of submitted reports. These in-depth critiques of at least 10 pages in length are prepared by professional communicators with at least a decade of experience creating annual and CSR reports. Since the program's inception, approximately 25 percent of participants have elected to receive written critiques. Critiques examine each report by the contest categories and provide comparative analysis against current trends and best practices. In light of ongoing economic headwinds, the ASPC is offering this service this year at a reduced rate of $550. Participation in the written critique and analysis program in no way affects competition judging. This year, to ensure the timely return of critiques, only the first 60 requests for written critiques will be accepted. Participation in the written critique and analysis program in no way effects competition judging.

The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC), headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., works to create a platform for education, innovation and the recognition of excellence among professional communicators in order to promote best practices and raise the standards of excellence within the industry. For nearly 20 years, the ASPC has pursued its mission through the ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards and the ASPC Masters Communication Awards competitions. New for 2017, the ASPC is bringing to bear the same practices and standards that have governed those successful programs for so many years in order to launch the new ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards program. For more information, visit the ASPC Web site, http://www.asprocomm.com.



ASPC Announces 2017 Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards Competition

PITTSBURGH, July 28, 2017--The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC) has announced that it is now accepting entries for the 2017 ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report Awards competition. The call for entries and the entry form are available on the ASPC Web site, http://www.asprocomm.com. The deadline for entries is Friday, September 29, and participants entering both their annual and CSR reports will receive a 20 percent discount off their total entry fees.

The ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards Competition honors the outstanding work done by our colleagues each year on these most important documents that, together, tell the story of not just what an organization does but how it benefits the communities it serves and the wider world. The competition compares entries against others in four revenue classes – not-for-profits, companies with gross revenues less than $250 million, companies with gross revenues between $250 million and $2.5 billion, and companies with gross revenues greater than $2.5 billion. And the judges – all of whom are professional communicators with a decade or more of experience working on annual and CSR reports across the private and public sectors – consider how design influences (or is influenced by) the narrative tone, the transparency and authenticity of the content, the organizational structure or framework that provides context for the information presented within the report, the clarity of financial information throughout the report, and how the information within the report is presented online.

"The ASPC Annual and CSR Report Awards competition aims to recognize outstanding achievement across categories that represent the most important features of a successful annual or CSR report, relative to established best practices, current trends and innovative thinking about the medium," said ASPC President Erin Reilly. "By honoring the achievements of our colleagues in the art of annual and CSR report production – writing, design, photography and financial presentation, as well as online availability and features – we raise the standards of excellence for our entire profession."

In addition to the competition's best-of-category awards, the ASPC awards committee also may bestow the ASPC Colonial Award for Excellence or a certificate of honorable mention upon other exceptional entries.

Additionally, the ASPC is again offering an optional written critique of submitted reports. These in-depth critiques of at least 10 pages in length are prepared by professional communicators with at least a decade of experience creating annual and CSR reports. Since the program's inception, approximately 25 percent of participants have elected to receive written critiques. Critiques examine each report by the contest categories and provide comparative analysis against current trends and best practices. In light of ongoing economic headwinds, the ASPC is offering this service this year at a reduced rate of $550. Participation in the written critique and analysis program in no way affects competition judging. This year, to ensure the timely return of critiques, only the first 60 requests for written critiques will be accepted. Participation in the written critique and analysis program in no way effects competition judging.

The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC), headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., works to create a platform for education, innovation and the recognition of excellence among professional communicators in order to promote best practices and raise the standards of excellence within the industry. For nearly 20 years, the ASPC has pursued its mission through the ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards and the ASPC Masters Communication Awards competitions. New for 2017, the ASPC is bringing to bear the same practices and standards that have governed those successful programs for so many years in order to launch the new ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards program. For more information, visit the ASPC Web site, http://www.asprocomm.com.



ASPC to Combine 2017 Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards Programs

PITTSBURGH, June 1, 2017--The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC) has announced plans to fold its Corporate Social Responsibility Report awards program, launched in 2016, into the organization’s highly regarded annual report awards program beginning this year.

“Combining these programs makes perfect sense as we look to determine how to best serve our program participants and to sustain the high-quality of judging that has been the hallmark of our annual report awards program for nearly 20 years,” said ASPC President Erin Reilly. “Not only will this lead to improvements in our program calendar this year and in years ahead, but it will enable us to cut back the number of solicitations our participants receive – a welcome enhancement, I’m sure, among folks who already receive too many emails, and it will drive efficiencies that will make it possible for us to offer discounted entry fees for participants who enter both their annual and CSR reports in the competition.”

The ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards Competition honors the outstanding work done by our colleagues each year on these most important documents that, together, tell the story of not just what an organization does but how it benefits the communities it serves and the wider world. The competition compares entries against others in four revenue classes – not-for-profits, companies with gross revenues less than $250 million, companies with gross revenues between $250 million and $2.5 billion, and companies with gross revenues greater than $2.5 billion. And the judges – all of whom are professional communicators with a decade or more of experience working on annual and CSR reports across the private and public sectors – consider how design influences (or is influenced by) the narrative tone, the transparency and authenticity of the content, the organizational structure or framework that provides context for the information presented within the report, the clarity of financial information throughout the report, and how the information within the report is presented online.

The call for entries for the 2017 ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards will be issued in late July.

The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC), headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., works to create a platform for education, innovation and the recognition of excellence among professional communicators in order to promote best practices and raise the standards of excellence within the industry. For nearly 20 years, the ASPC has pursued its mission through the ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards and the ASPC Masters Communication Awards competitions. New for 2017, the ASPC is bringing to bear the same practices and standards that have governed those successful programs for so many years in order to launch the new ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards program. For more information, visit the ASPC Web site, http://www.asprocomm.com.



ASPC Announces Plan to Launch New Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards Competition in 2017

New program builds on organization’s long history of recognizing outstanding achievement in professional communications

PITTSBURGH, April 18, 2017-- The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC) has announced plans to launch a new program this year in order to recognize outstanding achievement in Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) communications. The new ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards program is expected to launch in October.

“The business case for diversity and inclusion gets stronger each year as more organizations realize the benefits of cultivating a culture that leverages diversity in order to build higher-performing teams of individuals whose differences lead to more constructive dialogue and more innovative thinking about how best to serve diverse constituencies,” said ASPC President Erin Reilly. “Strong D&I communications programs – including annual D&I reports, employee messaging, heritage month programs, social media campaigns, advertising and more – bring transparency to this effort while giving organizations the opportunity to make important statements about their investments, their culture and their shared values to customers, business partners, community leaders, and current and prospective employees.”

New for 2017, the ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards seek to recognize those organizations whose communication efforts most effectively tell their D&I stories. The program will bring to bear the same practices and standards that have governed the ASPC’s other successful recognition programs for nearly 20 years and will judge entries based on the context in which they were developed, the quality of the message and the delivery channel, and relative to current best practices among D&I practitioners from across industries.

The American Society of Professional Communicators (ASPC), headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa., works to create a platform for education, innovation and the recognition of excellence among professional communicators in order to promote best practices and raise the standards of excellence within the industry. For nearly 20 years, the ASPC has pursued its mission through the ASPC Annual and Corporate Social Responsibility Report Awards and the ASPC Masters Communication Awards competitions. New for 2017, the ASPC is bringing to bear the same practices and standards that have governed those successful programs for so many years in order to launch the new ASPC Diversity and Inclusion Communication Awards program. For more information, visit the ASPC Web site, http://www.asprocomm.com.


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