The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck East – Next Stop: Milwaukee
To date, two Hello Kitty Cafe trucks have traveled to more than 60 cities across both coasts
The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck is making its first appearance in Milwaukee! Fans of Hello Kitty can look forward to exclusive goodies and limited-edition collectibles, including:
- Giant cookie
- Pocket pies
- 3-piece boxed cookie sets
- Stainless Steel Hello Kitty Café thermal bottles
- Bow Shaped Water Bottle
Other popular items include a 4-piece petit fours box set, 5-piece macaron box set, bow headband and Hello Kitty Cafe T-shirts in youth and adult sizes.
Following its visit to Cincinnati, the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck will continue its tour, with a stop in Minneapolis, (5/19). Come say hi!
Since the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck made its debut in October 2014 as part of Sanrio’s first food-related venture, the cafe on wheels has delighted thousands of fans from all over the U.S., drawing crowds of up to hundreds of Hello Kitty lovers at each stop. To date, two Hello Kitty Cafe trucks have traveled to more than 60 cities across both coasts – from Los Angeles, Seattle and Houston – to Chicago, New York and Florida. For 2018, new cities have been added to Hello Kitty Cafe Truck’s ever-expanding routes, including Burbank and Culver City, Calif., as well as Gilbert, Arizona and Virginia Beach, Virginia.
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Hello Kitty Cafe Truck Appearance
When & Where
Saturday, May 12th
10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Mayfair Mall (Wauwatosa, WI)
2500 N Mayfair Rd, Wauwatosa,
*Find us near Banes & Noble*
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