For the same reason artists like Journey, Pat Benatar, Rick Springfield, Reba, Garth Brooks and Brooks & Dunn can still make a lot of money down the road, any huge piece of pop culture from the past can do little almost anything a success.
These legends are just a small sample, but the nostalgia brings their 80s and 90s fans back to the arena to relive magical moments. In 2022, nostalgia reigns supreme – countless film or series reboots and musical samplings of 30 or 40 year old hits are just a few examples.
And have you ever thought that you would still hold your favorite childhood cartoon characters in such high emotional regard even though you CAN’T watch cartoons anymore? (Well, Bugs Bunny doesn’t count; those are ALWAYS funny.)
THE CAFE TRUCK ‘HELLO KITTY’
That’s why you create a food truck, paint it pink, apply Hello Kitty on it and enjoy a big hit.
A LITTLE HISTORY “HELLO KITTY”
The Hello Kitty phenomenon started 60 years ago with a company called Sanrio that didn’t produce a Hello Kitty item until the purse in 1974. The iconic feline debuted in the United States two years later. with cartoon series to follow throughout the 80s, 90s, and 2000s.
So if you have a themed food truck like that, you will attract heavy foot traffic.
THERE IS A ‘HELLO KITTY’ CAFE
Hello Kitty Cafe Trucks travel the country selling treats and merchandise and have a companion location in California.
CAFE TRUCK ‘HELLO KITTY’ COMES TO LOUISVILLE
On October 29, the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck will return to Louisville and set up shop at Oxmoor Center from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. local time. But don’t look for lunch or dinner. Hello Kitty Cafe Trucks are all about sweets – cookies, cakes, madeleines and macaroons (my favorite).
‘HELLO KITTY’ CAFE TRUCK PRO TIPS
And hey, if you know a Hello Kitty fan, you could hit the holiday shopping jackpot two months before Christmas. Here are some tips to maximize your Hello Kitty Cafe Truck experience:
Well, I don’t have such fans on my Christmas shopping list, but I also know that – despite the fact that I’m not a Hello Kitty guy (I’ve always been into superheroes and Hot Wheels) – nothing can come between me and the macarons if they are available.
In October, you might be able to take a break from your haunted house excursions and put your rose in Louisville on Oxmoor.