At Urban Poling Inc., we sometimes collect personal information from consumers via direct mail, questionnaires, sweepstakes, product packaging, in-store promotions, and through our website. However, we will not collect such information from you unless you provide it to us voluntarily and knowingly. We don’t require you to provide such information to communicate with us.
When we collect your personal information we explain how we will use it, and we will only use it for the stated purpose. If you specifically agree to follow-up contacts by us or ask to be put on our mailing list, we may also contact you from time to time.
You can change your registration information and preferences for follow-up contacts when you login to your account. Follow the instructions in the “change registration info” section.
We will not share your information with anyone outside of Urban Poling Inc., except when required or permitted by law, and with those suppliers or advertising and promotional agencies that need to have access to the information to provide the services you have requested. We protect your personal information with appropriate security measures, and we require our suppliers, advertising and promotional agencies to do the same.
Information collected through this Website
In the registration section of our website, we ask for your name and phone number and from time to time will also ask for other information. This enables us to provide you with information on new products and services and to deliver promotions and website content that is of interest to you.
Urban Poling Inc., has no intention of collecting any personal data from individuals under thirteen years of age. Where appropriate, we will specifically instruct children not to submit such information on our websites and/or will take reasonable steps to ensure parental consent to such submission.
Like many companies, we use “cookie” technology on our website. Cookies are small files that websites store on your hard drive to help their servers keep track of and manage your return sessions. We use a temporary session cookie to enable you to use the website which; it is automatically deleted at the end of a session when you exit your browser. When you log in, the cookie tells us whether you’ve visited us before or are a new visitor. The cookie doesn’t obtain any personal information about you or provide us with any way to contact you, and the cookie doesn’t extract any information from your computer. An example of this is when a browser stores your username and password. Due to the specialized requirements of your activity, your browser’s cookies must be enabled each time you access our registered member features and services.
Keep your poles more upright and in front of you. Lean forward slightly, and use the poles to help push you up the hill. If necessary, bend your elbows, but remember to transition back to the straight arm technique at the top of the hill
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