Art on the Town respects your privacy and wants to make sure you feel comfortable about what we gather and how we use the information. We store personal information that you have volunteered to the organization via email, mail or web forms. If you want to know what information we have stored, email us.
We believe in the power of online communications and want to leverage what you tell us to enhance our messaging. We track statistical information about our site and change content accordingly. We also send periodic messages to you (if you have agreed to accept such messages) and track the response to these messages. Our main concern is that we send relevant information with appropriate frequency. If you think we are communicating too often or that our content isn’t of interest, you are able to easily unsubscribe.
Three other important notes:
1. Occasionally, we may make email addresses available to other reputable, organizations who we think you may find interesting. If you do not want us to share your email address please email us. Use of your contact information is limited to informing you about this website and its partners.
2. Very select individuals will have access to database information. We make every attempt to limit access to specific individual data.
3. We do not knowingly collect information from children younger than 13. While our communications remain on point, we recognize the goal of the 1998 federal Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. If any child has provided any personally identifiable information, a parent or guardian should email us, and we will delete the information immediately.
If you have any questions, contact us. email@example.com