Our Commitment to Privacy
Information Collected and How We Use It
We collect two types of information about visitors:
- Personal information, which you have voluntarily submitted to us through our information request, on-line ordering or e-mail address.
- Aggregate information, automatically collected non-identifying statistics, (such as information about how many visitors log on to our sites, the pages accessed, etc.) Our web servers collect the IP addresses of visitors, not the e-mail addresses. We use this information to measure the use of our site, to improve the content of our site, and to monitor access for security purposes.
Links to Other Sites
This site provides links to a number of third-party external sites. The inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of the external site company, its website, or the services it promotes or sells. When you leave this site to visit one of these linked sites, the only information transferred to the third party is the fact that you came from "www.psrconvention.org/OrangeBlossomSpecial2021/" (the "refer address").
We are not responsible or liable for the independent privacy policies of these third party sites. You should consult the privacy policies at these sites to determine how your information may be used.
By attending this event, you acknowledge that Pacific Southwest Region NMRA Inc. is not responsible for any damages or loss, either physical or material, including any exposure to communicable disease, and agree to hold harmless Pacific Southwest Region NMRA Inc. for any such claims.
While attending this event, your likeness and/or voice may be recorded in public areas. By attending this event, you give permission to Pacific Southwest Region NMRA Inc. and its agents to use these recordings to promote the Pacific Southwest Region NMRA Inc., including but not limited to social media and video sharing websites.
By attending this event, you acknowledge that any at-risk person attending this event must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, and that parent or legal guardian must remain with that at-risk person at all times. An at-risk person is defined as any person under the age of majority (18) or any person who has a legal guardian because they have been judged or deemed incapable of handling their own matters. A substitute may be assigned by the parent or legal guardian by means of a notarized affidavit. The required affidavit form can be provided upon request.