The URL of this website begins with "http" rather than "https" because the "s" is not necessary on pages that do not collect personal information. There is nothing on our site by which we collect sensitive information unless you are placing an order on a secure location of this site.
On this site, personal information is requested only on a secure page at "checkout." All pages intended to gather personal information have this heightened level of security. To determine if any website page used to capture information is really secure, look for an "s" following "http" on the page's URL in the address bar of your browser. Another sign of a secure page is a little yellow lock icon at the bottom of the browser window. On this site, these indicators will appear after you have put items in the shopping cart and you have clicked on "Check Out." If the URL in the address bar of your browser does not have "https" at the beginning rather than the normal "http," or you do not see a little yellow lock icon at the bottom of your browser, then you are probably not on a secure page. That should never happen on our site where personal information is entered.
The Chrome browser places a "Not Secure" warning by the URL of any web page that is not encrypted. However, it is not necessary to encrypt pages that do not collect or transmit data. Internet Explorer, Edge, Safari, and Firefox do not use this heavy-handed approach.
Any page on this site that requires sensitive information is protected.
For more about how credit card information is handled and other ways we protect your privacy, go to Privacy/Security