This privacy policy covers the information that this website obtain from users.

In this policy, you can find out what kind of information we collect, when and how we might use that information, how we protect that information, and what choices you have about your personal information.

What personal information does this website collect, and how is it used?

We learn about our users in three ways: they tell us directly, our Web server logs tell us, and cookies tell us. We mostly use the information to give you a customized Internet experience that gives you the information, resources, and services that are most useful to you. We won’t give anyone else any of the information you give us unless it says so in this Privacy Policy or we have a good faith belief that the law requires it.

Information from users

If you fill out this website’s “contact” form, we will ask you for some personal information (such as e-mail address, name, phone number and state).

Also, if this site has a chat feature, you may be asked for information if you take part in an online chat.

Please don’t send any private, sensitive, or confidential information about yourself, such as your Social Security number, date of birth, driver’s license number, credit card, bank account, or other financial information (“Sensitive Information”).

If you send us sensitive information, you do so at your own risk, and we won’t be responsible for what happens as a result.

We will use the information you give us through the contact form or an online chat so that we can answer your question. We could also use the information you give us to talk to you in the future. If you do not want to get these messages, you can opt out (unsubscribe) by following the steps below.

Web server logs

When you visit our website, we may keep track of what you do and store that information in web server logs, which are records of what happens on our sites.

The information is automatically taken by the servers and saved electronically. Here are some examples of the kinds of information we might collect:

your unique Internet protocol address, the name of your unique Internet service provider, the town/city, county/state, and country from which you access our website, the type of browser or computer you use, the number of links you click within the site, the date and time of your visit, the web page from which you came to our site, the pages you viewed on the site, and certain searches/queries you did on our website (s).

The information we get from web server logs helps us run the site, figure out how people use it, keep the site and its content safe from abuse, and make the user’s experience better.


Cookies and other similar technologies may be used on our websites and apps to store information about you and help us keep track of it. This helps us offer and give you a more personalized and customized service.

Cookies are small bits of data that a Web server sends to your browser and stores on the hard drive of your computer. Cookies help us remember who you are and help you find your way around our sites when you visit.

Cookies can also tell us where people go on a website and save your preferences so you don’t have to type them in every time you come back. Cookies are used by almost everyone.

Most Internet browsers are set up to accept cookies by default, but you can change your browser settings to either tell you when you get a cookie or turn cookies off.

If you don’t want this site to send you cookies, you can turn them off in your browser. You should know that if you don’t accept cookies, some parts of many sites might not work right.

See All About Cookies to learn more about how to use browsers to control cookies. You can also use Adobe’s Flash management tools to tell this site not to send you Flash cookies. You can tell Google not to use cookies by going to its Ad Settings page.

By going to this website, you agree that cookies and other similar technologies can be used in the ways described in this Privacy Statement.

Services from a third party

We might use services hosted by third parties, like Adobe Site Catalyst, to help us provide our services and figure out how people use our site.
These services may get information, like your IP address or cookies, that your browser sends when you ask for a web page.

If these third-party services collect information, they do so anonymously and as a whole to help us with things like website trends, without being able to find out who each visitor is.

We may also use services from third parties to show you content, products, services, and ads that are relevant to you. Cookies, web beacons, and other similar technologies may be used by these third parties to collect or get information from this website and other places on the internet.

Then, they might use that information to offer measurement services that help us figure out what you’re interested in and show you ads based on your past visits to this website.

Please remember that we do not give any third-party advertiser, ad server, or ad network your personal information.

By going to, you may be able to stop some third parties from collecting and using your information to target ads.You can tell Google not to use cookies by going to its Ad Settings page. You can stop getting targeted ads from AdRoll and their partners by going to this page.

Please see the section above called “Cookies” for more information on how you can control how cookies are used on your computer.

Do Not Track California

Do Not Track (DNT) requests or signals in browsers don’t make our web services change or do anything else. We keep track of what our users do using web server logs, cookies, and other similar technologies.

The information in web server logs helps us figure out how people use our website and make it better for them. Cookies let us tailor your experience and show you ads that are relevant to you.

How is information about people kept safe?

We take the right security measures to help keep your personal information from getting lost by accident and from being accessed, used, or shared by people who shouldn’t be able to. But we can’t promise that people who shouldn’t be able to will never be able to get around our security measures.

Who is allowed to see the information?

We won’t sell, rent, or lease mailing lists or other information about our users to anyone else, and we won’t share your personal information with anyone outside of our company, except in the cases below:

to agents, website vendors, and/or contractors who may use it on our behalf or in connection with their relationship with us; if we are unable to help you, but know an unaffiliated attorney or firm that may be able to, we may refer you and share information you gave us with that party; and as required by law, in the interest of public safety or policy, as needed in connection with the transfer of our business assets (for example, if we are acquired by another company);

How can I change, update, or delete my personal information, or stop receiving future messages?

You can choose not to hear from us again at any time. Contact us at any time through our website’s phone number, contact form, or mailing address to:

see what information we have about you, if any; change or correct the information we have about you; ask us to delete the information we have about you; or choose not to hear from us again.

If you have any more questions or concerns about this privacy policy, please contact us through the phone number, contact form, or mailing address listed on this website.

If our ways of handling information change in a big way, we will post the new rules here.

This policy was updated 2/28/2023.