Boston officials that weren’t turned on about the idea of hosting a vibrator giveaway on the steps of City Hall got their wish, but Trojan still has plans to please people who want a free gift.

On Tuesday, the company announced they would go ahead with their promotion by bringing “Pleasure Carts” to Boston, handing out Trojan Tri-Phoria Vibrators. Rather than set up shop outside Government Center, however, the freebies will be distributed under the watchful eye of the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts in the South End.

City officials said they were pleased the company could find a more “appropriate” place for the event, but still had some concerns.

“Our biggest concern has always been about young people receiving these marketing materials and parents having to explain subject matter that their children may not be ready for,” said Dot Joyce, spokeswoman from Mayor Tom Menino’s office. “It could be very embarrassing to families and uncomfortable for those who do not appreciate the product.”

Joyce said “hopefully” Monday’s event in the South End will go smoothly and without incident.

The company said they plan on giving away thousands of the vibrators during the event. Holding the event indoors is meant to quell any chance of  overcrowding city sidewalks.

Bostonians who plan on swinging by the Boston Center for the Arts to grab a vibrator will have to show some ID and wait patiently in line, though; a far shot from how the promotions have been conducted in other major cities where the carts were out in the open streets.

The giveaway was first put on hold in October after the city’s Chief of Property Management, Michael Galvin, wrote a letter to MassiveMedia, Trojan’s marketing partner, asking that they take their toy giveaway to another location.

“In the strongest terms allowable…[we] feel this is an inappropriate and irresponsible use for the plaza,” Galvin said in his letter, on behalf of Menino.

“City Hall Plaza provides access to City Hall for constituents from all walks of life including many families and children. Each day, thousands more workers, students, and young tourists transit the Plaza and the MBTA station located on it. I again request that you find an alternative site for your product distribution,” the letter said.

Much like Joyce, Galvin pointed to the public nature of the plaza.

The condom company agreed to work with the city to find the right location to host the vibrator giveaway and settled for inside The Cyclorama.

“We want this to be a pleasurable experience for everyone. We’re excited to get the Trojan Vibrations Pleasure Carts back on the road and hope to bring the buzz to Bostonians next,” said Bruce Weiss, vice president of marketing for Trojan Sexual Health, when the event first got stalled.

The company behind the intimate objects said on Tuesday that they want to help “mainstream the category by making high-quality vibrators accessible across a multitude of channels—at drugstores, grocery stores, mass merchandisers, online and in select adult stores—making it easier for couples to bring a higher level of fun and intimacy into their relationships.”

If you go:

Monday, December 3

12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

The Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts 539 Tremont Street