Robotic tech developer Generation Next Franchise Brands, Inc. today announced a promotional agreement signed with the Airport Minority Advisory Council (AMAC) to promote digital e-commerce using Reis & Irvy’s and Print Mates kiosks in U.S. airports.

Reis & Irvy’s, a frozen yogurt concept, and Print Mates, which produces photo-printed products, will both rely on autonomous retailing technology present in the freestanding kiosks to operate on a small footprint that is unmanned by staff.

AMAC, which advocates for participation of minorities and women in the aerospace and aviation industries, will receive proceeds from the Reis & Irvy’s and Print Mates kiosks which are accepted and deployed in U.S. airports.

“We are very proud to be working with AMAC, an organization which for so long has promoted the interests of women and minority business-people in our nation’s airports and aviation industry,” says Nick Yates, CEO of Generation Next. “Both Reis & Irvy’s and Print Mates are perfect for our nation’s airports and sure to be a hit with travelers on the go.”