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Mantzart.com is sensitive to privacy issues on the Internet and is committed to protecting your privacy on our Web site. Mantzart.com takesreasonable precautions to keep all information obtained from our online visitors secure against unauthorized access and use. We have establishedthe following guidelines to explain the way in which we use information gathered from visitors to our Web site: MantzArt.com

What information does Mantzart.com collect?

In general, you can visit Mantzart.com on the Web to access information while remaining anonymous and not revealing any personal information.There are times, however, that we will ask you to provide certain information so that we may understand you better, for example, the Signup / Class Information request form.

How will Mantzart.com protect your personal information?

Forms you fill out to interact with our company may request that you give us sensitive information such as your e-mail address, mailing address, or telephone number. Mantzart.com takes no responsibility for interception of data by third parties. Our web host is well respected in the industry for security and protection. Note that our Web site contains links to other non-Mantzart.com Web sites. Although we try to link only to Web sites that share our concern for customer information privacy, we are not responsible for their content or their privacy practices.

Disclaimer

Mantzart.com has made every attempt to display both affiliates and non affiliate organizations, groups, entities, and companies through logos, photos,and/or links in a professional and logical manner in accordance with Industry Standards. Please let us know if we have linked inappropriately to a site or URL, or if we have represented a logo or photo inaccurately. We will be glad to make adjustments, if necessary, when notified of an error or an omission. Mantzart.com can be contacted via email, phone, or through the website: Mantzart.com

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Should you view the Mantzart.com Web site and respond with information (excluding personal information, which is addressed under the Privacy Policy above) including questions, comments or suggestions regarding the content of the Mantzart.com Web site, such information shall be deemed to be non-confidential and Mantzart.com shall have no obligation of any kind with respect to such information and shall be free to reproduce, use, disclose and distribute the information to others without limitation. Mantzart.com shall be free to use any ideas, concepts, know-how or techniques contained in such information for any purpose. Under no circumstances will Mantzart.com or the parent company, Mrs. Mantz's Purple Pants Art Studio LLC., be liable to any person or business entity for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, consequential or other damages based on any use of this Web site or any other Web site to which the Mantzart.com Web site is linked, including, without limitation, any lost profits, business interruption, or loss of programs or information, even if Mantzart.com or the parent company, Mrs. Mantz's Purple Pants Art Studio  LLC., has been specifically advised of the possibility of such damages. No materials available on the Mantzart.com Web site may be stored, transmitted by any means (including but not limited to electronic, mechanical, scanning, photocopying or recording) without prior written permission of Mantzart.com.

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Fun Fact:

The "Purple Pantz" name/rhyme came from Mrs. Mantz's teaching days. She needed a way to help children remember how to pronounce her name. Originally, it started out as, "Mrs. Mantz in her purple pantz, loves to dance!" It was a hit with the kids and now you know!

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Fun Fact:

The "Purple Pantz" name/rhyme came from Mrs. Mantz's teaching days. She needed a way to help children remember how to pronounce her name. Originally, it started out as, "Mrs. Mantz in her purple pantz, loves to dance!" It was a hit with the kids and now you know!

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