WATCH | Thousands of Hello Kitty fans flocked to a mall in Austin, Texas, on Saturday, Dec. 3, when the Hello Kitty cafe truck made a stop in the Texas capital. The truck has been on the road since October 2014, selling goodies and Hello Kitty merchandise.
It's not uncommon to see thousands show up, according to Joey Wong, one of the onsite staff for Sanrio, the parent company of the Hello Kitty brand. Look for the truck parked at a mall, event or festival.
On the menu for the Hello Kitty cafe truck: Hello Kitty cookie sets, rainbow macaron box sets, mini cakes, bow-shaped water bottles, mugs, t-shirts and bow headbands.
Fans waited for one to two hours on average on Saturday morning.
The truck has made appearances in more than 25 cities in 2016.
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