Hello Kitty pop-up truck arrives at Florida Mall this Saturday

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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

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Through Alex Galbraith on Tue 30 Nov 2021 To 12:34

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All fans of cartoon characters who don’t have a mouth and have to scream are going to be in for a treat this weekend. Hello Kitty’s pop-up truck is back at Florida Mall, offering limited-edition collectibles, snacks and other goodies to die-hards on December 4.

Items on offer include t-shirts, thermos and enamel pins. On the food side, they offer giant cookies in the style of the iconic cat not quite. Truckers warn that they will not accept cash, only cards.

The hot pink truck would be hard to miss just about anywhere except the sprawling Florida Mall. But we’re going to make it easy for you and say the truck will be set up outside of the Crayola experience. The truck will be open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.


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