The Pitch Privacy Policy

The Pitch recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy of information provided to us by those who use our products and services. This policy describes how personally identifiable and anonymous information about our publication subscribers, online media product users and event registrants may be collected and shared.

Please be sure to read this Privacy Policy before using any The Pitch Web Site or submitting information through a Site. By using any of our Web Sites, you consent to our use of your information as outlined in this Privacy Policy and accept the terms and conditions herein.

This Privacy Policy is current as of March 4, 2011. If we change our privacy practices, we will also update this Privacy Policy. Users should review this policy periodically to monitor any changes. Your continued use of our sites and services constitutes your acceptance of this entire Privacy Policy, as updated from time to time. The Pitch reserves the right to access and disclose personally identifiable information to comply with applicable laws, lawful government requests and any orders of the court.

How does The Pitch collect your information?

The Pitch uses cookies and other internet technologies in the management of our Web Site and email programs in an effort to enrich your online experience. We may also use IP addresses to gather broad geographic information for aggregate use. Our cookies do not contain any information that is personally identifiable. Like many Web Sites, The Pitch may use pixel tags, also known as web beacons, clear gifs, or web bugs. Pixel tags help us improve our understanding of our web traffic and visitor behavior, as well as gauge the response to our promotional efforts. If you wish, you may disable pixel tags by setting your browser to omit images and disable JavaScript.

We use industry-standard, third party advertising service companies to serve advertisements when you visit our sites or open our emails. These companies may use cookies, pixel tags, and other methods to collect information about your visit to our Web Site, and others, in order to provide you with relevant advertisements about products, services, and events. These collection methods do not typically include your name, address, or telephone number. These elements also provide us with aggregate pictures of traffic patterns, which help us to improve your site experience and monitor advertising effort

When is personally identifiable information collected? How is your information used?

The Pitch collects personally identifiable information that you choose to provide us when you subscribe to our magazines, sign up for e-newsletters, enter a contest, participate in surveys, login into our Web Sites using a third party login system (including, but not limited to, Facebook Connect, Twitter, etc.), register for a Web Site, webcast, or trade show, or otherwise communicate with us. When you provide this information to us, you are no longer anonymous. The Pitch does not take any steps to protect the privacy of information you volunteer about yourself in forums or other publicly accessible sections of our Web Sites.

We may use your contact information to send notices for subscription renewal or provide you with information about products or services you have ordered with us. We may also use your contact information to send you e-newsletters or other promotional e-mails that contain targeted, relevant content that may be useful to your business. All promotional e-mails you receive from us will include an option to opt out of similar e-mail communications in the future.

With whom does The Pitch share your information?

The Pitch may share information with our affiliates and business partners whom we believe share our commitment to privacy and information security. We may share identifiable information or anonymized aggregate information with advertisers and other third parties. In some cases you may receive relevant, carefully-screened offers from reputable third party business organizations with which we have shared your information. Many of our customers appreciate receiving these offers because they are relevant and useful to their business or occupation. Each such communication will provide you with an opportunity to opt out of similar future communications.

From time to time, you may receive information from or on behalf of advertisers who wish to contact you as a result of your viewing habits, such as where you have clicked on a link in a The Pitch e-newsletter, interacted with particular content, or indicated an interest in certain products, services or events. Each such form of contact will provide you with an opportunity to opt out of sharing your information with our advertisers. We may also use your information to send you e-mail and other communications on behalf of third parties. Each such communication will provide you with an opportunity to opt out of similar future communications.

In compliance with privacy laws, we provide our opt-out lists to third parties so that any communications sent on The Pitch’s behalf are not sent to those who have opted out of receiving such communications.

How does The Pitch protect your information?

We use reasonable precautions, including appropriate technical, administrative, and physical procedures, to try to protect collected personal information from loss, misuse, or alteration.

Many of our Web Sites contain links to Web Sites owned and operated by unaffiliated third parties. These links are provided as a service to you, and do not constitute The Pitch’s endorsement or support of those third parties or their Web Sites. Each third party Web Site has its own information collection and use practices, and we advise you to review their policies.

The Pitch is not responsible or liable for third party privacy practices or the content of third party sites. We are not responsible or liable for any breach of security or for the actions of these parties.

Due to the design of the Internet and other factors outside our control, we cannot guarantee that communications between you and our servers will be free from unauthorized access by third parties. Any information you provide may be stored and maintained in a The Pitch database, either housed at The Pitch or with a third party vendor. In the case of a sale, change of ownership or merger involving The Pitch or any parent, subsidiary or affiliated company, your information may be transferred to a third party.

What are your options for how The Pitch uses or shares your information?

If you wish to opt out of receiving postal, email, fax or phone calls from The Pitch please send an email to: You may also call 816-218-6711 and ask for the Privacy Manager, or mail your request to the attention of the Privacy Manager at 1627 Main St #600, Kansas City, MO 64108. Specifically who this privacy manager is and how contacting them will work is subject to change. We will attempt to process any such requests within 10 business days or as soon as reasonably possible thereafter.

Dec 16 all-day Theatre For Young America
Saturday shows at 2 pm, all others 10 am or noon. Check site for showtimes. The Herdman kids are a rough and tumble bunch who create mayhem wherever they go. Cast in the church’s annual Christmas pageant, they bring their own unique interpretation to the familiar events. Remarkably, they help everyone rediscover its true meaning.  
Dec 16 @ 7:00 pm Papa Keno's Pizzeria in Overland Park
Join us for a general knowledge trivia game covering topics ranging from history to music to science to pop culture. The game is free to play and prizes are awarded to the top three teams.  
Dec 16 @ 7:00 pm Westport Coffeehouse
Join Wave Cage w/ special guest The Funtet for a night of creative music exploring the intersection of jazz and electronics. Show starts at 7pm, $10 tickets Wave Cage: Ryan Garmoe on flugelhorn Nolan Schroeder on saxophone & electronics Jarrett Purdy on keys & synths Chris Jensen on drums The Funtet, We Play Music You Like! Dawson Jones, vibes Forrest...
Dec 16 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm Brewery Emperial
Join us for a general knowledge trivia game covering topics ranging from history to music to science to pop culture. The game is free to play and prizes are awarded to the top three teams.
Dec 17 all-day Coterie Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DAYS A stage adaptation based on the television special of the same name, this story by Charles Schulz puts Charlie Brown on a mission to bring out the true spirit and meaning of Christmas. A live jazz trio accompanies the show, and Snoopy meets up with the Red Baron in a “special encore.”
Dec 17 all-day KC Repertory Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DATES The extensive cast includes Gary Neal Johnson, reprising his role as Ebenezer Scrooge, and Walter Coppage, Peggy Friesen, Taylor Harlow, Shanna Jones, Victor Raider-Wexler, Matthew Rapport, John Rensenhouse, Vanessa Severo, Rusty Sneary, Jake Walker … and more.  
Dec 17 all-day Musical Theater Heritage
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DATES. A few of MTH’s favorite things, according to its website, are singing, dancing, show tunes, and Christmas. Its annual seasonal show promises all of these, with holiday-themed songs from the musical-theater repertoire as well as classics.

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