Hello Kitty’s all-pink café on wheels is bringing treats and collectibles for the kiddos to Woodland Mall this weekend.
A spokesperson for Hello Kitty said the brand will bring its Hello Kitty Café Truck to the Woodland Mall, at 3195 28th St. SE in Grand Rapids, at the food court entrance near JCPenney, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25.
“The Hello Kitty Café Truck is continuing its tour across the U.S. with its all-pink cafe on wheels with exclusive treats and collectibles celebrating all things Hello Kitty,” the brand said.
Hello Kitty fans who visit the truck will be treated to edible goodies and limited-edition merch, including pink Hello Kitty Café T-shirts, a stainless Hello Kitty Café rainbow thermos in 18-ounce and 32-ounce sizes, new hand-decorated cookie sets, Madeleine cookie sets and enamel pin sets.
Other best-selling items that will be available include Hello Kitty Café sprinkle mugs and giant Hello Kitty Café chef cookies.
The Hello Kitty Café Truck accepts only credit/debit card payments — no cash — and has in place COVID-19 safety and sanitation procedures.
Following its visit to Grand Rapids, the Hello Kitty Café Truck will continue its tour with a stop in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Oct. 2.
“Since the Hello Kitty Café Truck made its debut in October 2014 as part of Sanrio’s first food-related venture, the café 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,” the brand said.
To date, two Hello Kitty Café trucks have traveled to more than 100 cities across both coasts, from Los Angeles, Seattle and Houston to Chicago, New York and Miami.