Houston Airports To Begin Offering Free-Vend Period Products From Aunt Flow



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Travelers flying through Houston will now have access to free period products in free-vend machines inside Houston Airports.
Houston Airports on Tuesday announced it is partnering with Aunt Flow and TRAX Analytics to offer guests at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), and William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) free-vend period product dispensers from Aunt Flow integrated with TRAX Analytics’ SmartRestroom system to monitor for refills.
We are proud to team up with TRAX Analytics and Aunt Flow to bring this groundbreaking solution to airport guests, setting a new standard in the airport experience, Liliana Rambo, Chief Terminal Officer for Houston Airports, said in a statement. We’re prioritizing our guests’ needs, ensuring they have convenient access to essential amenities whenever they need them, making their travel experience smoother and more comfortable.
While Aunt Flow’s dispensers will provide organic cotton pads and tampons, TRAX Analytics will provide real-time monitoring to facilitate efficient replenishment as well as predictive analysis, the same system used for other items including toilet paper and paper towels.
We are excited to continue to contribute our expertise in data-driven solutions to enhance the passenger experience at Houston Airports, said Tracy Davis, Founder and CEO of TRAX Analytics. This addition to our TRAX solution at Houston Airports showcases the power of technology to create more responsive and guest-centric environments.
Houston Airports said Aunt flow, known for its accessibility and inclusivity, is the right choice for providing a comfortable welcoming environment for all passengers.
As a company dedicated to menstrual equity and access, Aunt Flow couldn’t be more proud of this partnership with Houston Airports and TRAX Analytics bringing free-vend period products to the country’s fourth largest airport system, said Claire Coder, Founder and CEO at Aunt Flow. Together, we are setting a precedent for airports around the world to prioritize the well-being of their menstruating guests.
TMX contributed to this article.