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Privacy Policy

Our Commitment to Your Privacy

To better protect your privacy, we provide this privacy policy to explain the online information practices of and to explain the choices you can make to control the way your information is collected and used on this website.

What personally identifiable information is collected on this site?

This website does not collect any personal information from you unless you voluntarily provide it. You can visit this site without revealing any personal information about yourself. When you visit, you may provide your email to receive our newsletter or contact us via email. We ask for this personal information so we can fulfill your request and/or reply to your message only. We do not share this information with any outside parties except to the extent necessary to complete your request. We do not sell, rent, give-away, or otherwise share names, e-mail addresses, or other personal information with any outside sources.

You can always opt-out.

At any time, if you have signed up for our newsletter but no longer wish to receive it, you may unsubscribe from a “safe unsubscribe” link at the bottom of each e-newsletter message.

What anonymous information is collected on this website? uses Google Analytics to monitor website traffic trends such as the number of visitors who access the site, the content they view, their duration on the site, and similar metrics. We also track basic demographic trends among visitors as available including gender, age range, and city and country of origin. The information is used solely to better understand who visits and to improve the quality of the content we provide to our visitors. No traffic or demographic trends reveal any personal information about you such as your name or email.

In tracking this data, Google logs the IP addresses of site visitors (a unique number assigned to your computer as you browse the internet). Google also uses “cookies,” pieces of data stored on your computer, to count the number of unique and return visitors to Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, but you can set your browser to block all cookies.

As people have different privacy concerns, Google provides several ways you can control how data collected on you is used. Please visit Google’s Privacy Policy page and specifically the Transparency and Choice section where you can find several helpful links.

For further information about how Google Analytics uses cookies and IP address data, see this page.


On, you’ll find links to articles and information on other websites. Please note, when you click on one of these links, you are leaving and visiting another site with its own privacy policy that may be different from ours.

Changes to this privacy policy.

Over time, as the content and services associated with develops, we may make changes to this privacy policy. Any changes will be reflected on this page. We reserve the right to modify this website and/or this privacy policy at any time.

Want more information?

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about this policy, please contact us via email at