Privacy Policy

Depending on what you do when you visit any web site, you are providing information about your visit to the site's owners. This includes WebVantage. We value privacy and think you do too, so we want you to have the information you need to make your own decisions about your personal privacy. When you visit or supply information to any web site, we think it's a good idea for you to first understand what that site's privacy policies are. If the site doesn't tell you, don't hesitate to ask.

The bottom line at WebVantage and its related sites (collectively "WebVantage") is that we use the information that we get from your visit for internal tracking purposes, to make WebVantage as useful 

and interesting to you as we can, and to respond to your requests for information or other services. Except as specifically noted, we do not use your personal information for any other purpose; we never sell it to any third party; and, we never share it with any third party.

When you visit the WebVantage web site, we capture the internet provider's domain name and country that you came from (e.g., 'google.com') and the paths taken as you move from page to page (i.e., your "click stream" activity).

Information we collect on WebVantage may be used to enhance your use of this web site in ways like these:

  • Arrange the web site in the most user-friendly way 
  • Customize your browsing experience of this web site 
  • Communicate special offers and featured items to you, if you choose to receive such notices 
  • Respond to your question or suggestions 

Visitor Registration or Requests for Information:

WebVantage only collects personal information that you choose to provide voluntarily when using or registering with the WebVantage site. "Personal information" includes information that can identify you as a specific individual, such as your name or email address; and, in the case of license agreements, your name and company name. While you can browse our site without registering, you will need to register in order to take advantage of certain features, such as requesting updates on promotional offers or simply to place an order.

WebVantage will on occasion ask you to voluntarily submit information about other people. For example, you might be asked to submit a person's email address to inform them about a sweepstakes or contest offered on WebVantage. The type of personally identifiable information that may be requested about other people may include the person's name and email address. WebVantage may use this information to inform them about a sweepstakes or contest. 

Browsing and the use of Cookies:

WebVantage uses cookie technology as part of our web site's statistical reporting. A cookie is a small piece of information sent by a website that is saved on your hard disk by your computer's browser. It holds information a site may need to personalize your experience and to gather web site statistical data, such as which pages are visited, what is downloaded, the internet provider's domain name and country that our visitors come from (e.g. 'aol.com,' or 'umich.edu') and the addresses of sites visited immediately before, and after, coming to WebVantage. However, none of this is associated with you as an individual. It is measured only in aggregate. The information in the cookies lets us trace your "click stream" activity (i.e., the paths taken by visitors to our site as they move from page to page). Cookies do not capture your individual email address or any private information about you.

We also use standard web server log files to help us count visitors and evaluate our site's technical capacity. We use this information to find out how many people visit WebVantage, help us arrange the pages in the most user-friendly way, keep the site browser-friendly, and to make our pages more useful to our visitors. We record information on site traffic but not information on individual visitors to our site, so no information about you in particular will be kept or used.

To browse without cookies, you can configure your browser to reject all cookies, or to notify you when a cookie is set. (Each browser is different, so check the "Help" menu of your browser to learn how to change your cookie preferences.) 

Sweepstakes, Trivia Games, and Surveys: 

From time to time, WebVantage may conduct sweepstakes, trivia games, or surveys via our web site. If you choose to participate, we use your response to select sweepstakes winners, to come up with the game or survey results and, sometimes, to publish those results in aggregate on the site. Except where necessary to run a sweepstakes, we will never permanently record or report any response you give on its own or connect it to your name or address. We will hold these responses only as anonymous statistics. We will never sell or rent such information to any third parties.

Email, Mailing Lists, and Other Services:

When you send us an email, we use your email address to thank you for your comment and/or reply to your question, and we will store your communication and our reply in case we correspond further. Beyond our initial reply, we will never use your email address to send you any unsolicited message or information, nor will we share it with or sell it to anyone else for such use.

When you request information or other services, we use your email address and any other information you give us to provide you with the information or other services you requested until you ask us to stop (using the 'unsubscribe' instructions provided with each email and/or on the site where you signed up and/or as we otherwise provide), or until the information or service is no longer available. We will not use your 

address or other information to provide you with any unsolicited message or information (unless that is part of the service you are requesting), nor will we share it with or sell, rent or lease it to any third party for such use.

Linking To Other Sites:

Please remember that when you use a link to go from WebVantage to another web site, the WebVantage Site Rules and this Privacy Policy are no longer in effect. Your browsing and interaction on any other web site, including any site that has a link on WebVantage, is subject to the rules and policies of that site. We encourage you to read the rules and policies of the sites you visit to further understand their procedures for collecting, using, and disclosing personal information.

Our policy regarding sharing of information:

Our policy is simple: we never sell or rent your personal information to any third parties under any circumstances.

A Brief History

WebVantage is owned and operated by J Cooch Lucchese.

Since he was a child, growing up in Brooklyn NY, Cooch was always building and designing with Legos, Lincoln Logs, Spirograph & Erector Sets. By the time he was ten years old, he knew he wanted to enter into three different professions: Police Officer (like his dad), Commercial Artist & a job in the Music Industry. All three were achieved by the time he was twenty-one.

In high school, Cooch would always be found in the A/V room, signing out video cameras & projectors for different events. He also worked at a major NY electronics chain, Crazy Eddies, in sales and assistant Stock Manager. He had other jobs during the time he was in college, majoring in Criminal Justice, working in Construction/Home Improvements and for Cablevision as a Lineman, Installer and System Security. In 1989, Cooch became a Police Officer and started his first business, a video production company, Law & Order Video Productions. He filmed live shows for hundreds of local bands as well as some national acts. One of Cooch's good friends had his own radio show, Fingers Metal Shop on WBAB Long Island, where for a few years Cooch assisted with production, provided security and filmed the interviews with the artists. One of these artists was Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, an idol of his when Cooch was in his teens.

Dee & Cooch became the best of friends, working on many projects together. For Dee's band Widowmaker, Cooch filmed a few of their shows and went on to be their guitar tech, then drum tech. When Dee started his first radio show, Metal Nation on WRCN Long Island, he asked Cooch to produce the show. When Dee Snider's SMFs was formed (Dee fronting a band of TS fans), Cooch became the Tour Manager & Merchandise Company (SKREW Worldwide Syndicate Inc - skrew.com). What started out as just seven shows on the East Coast, ended up touring the world for the better part of ten years, visiting 44 states and 13 countries. Cooch, as Executive Producer, Coordinator, Art Director & Photographer, signed Dee to Koch Records and recorded the CD, "Never Let the Bastards Wear You Down". Cooch also booked Dee for autograph signings, live shows and as a special guest in the Las Vegas Hilton production of Monster Circus.

Cooch had a small part in Dee Snider's Strangeland, along with the band he managed, BILE, and was the merchandise company for both. The German artist Doro Pesch (formerly of Warlock) was also managed & merchandised by SKREW. Other artists included, Drain STH (only merchandising), Britny Fox, Heeven Haven, KReeP and Perseverance.
 
During these years, Cooch would spend every moment of down time teaching himself web design, graphics, video, animation and everything about the Mac. He began building websites for his merchandise company, the artists he managed and for friends. Designed tour passes, merchandise, flyers and logos. 

All of the knowledge he learned over the years, all self-taught, wasn't enough for him. Cooch decided to go back to school to learn more. His first day attending Hendriks Institute for Graphic Communication, he realized he knew more about graphics, web design and the Mac than his teachers. The only skill he needed to learn was Flash design, which came very easy to him. He then set a goal, that by the end of this six-month full-time course, he would teach at this school himself. Hendriks hired him as a teacher in his fifth month as a student., teaching Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Flash, Image Ready, Final Cut Pro, Quark, Mac  OS X, iLife, iWork, Fireworks, QuickTime and a laundry list of other applications. He was there for one year and then taught at New Horizons for a year, when he & a former student decided to start their own company, Adams & Cross. In business for a few years, Cooch decided to part ways to start WebVantage.

Providing Value to Our Clients

While WebVantage is not the cheapest provider, we have years of experience working with our clients needs. Many of our competitors will submit lower bids and then “surprise bill" at the end of the month for additional work. With WebVantage, you know what to expect—no hidden fees, no surprise bills and you will always receive high quality work.

Providing Value to Our Clients

It is our goal to assist you in bringing great ideas to market in the minimum amount of time, using the least amount of resources, with uncompromised quality and growth potential. We want your business to be a success!