With the use of Google Analytics, we are able to better understand how visitors interact with the Lees-McRae website. Data about the user is automatically collected when they visit our website. This may include age range, gender, possible interests, pages visited and length of visit. However, we are not able to personally identify a user. This data is used for diagnostic and tracking purposes by our web team in order to improve our communications to the public.
Lees-McRae only collects information that could be used to identify you when submitted directly to us through use of a form on the website. Lees-McRae does not sell, rent or in any other form provide this information to third parties except where required by law.
Last updated: May 2, 2014