The Barbie Pop-Up Truck Tour is coming to New Jersey

June 3, 2022

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If you have a little girl (or, to be honest, a little boy) who loves playing with Barbies, New Jersey is the place to be for the next two weeks.

The Barbie Malibu Pop-Up Truck continues its 2022 tour with a stop Saturday June 4 at Edison at Menlo Park Mall and Saturday June 11 at Paramus at Westfield Garden State Plaza.

The truck tour started in 2019 to celebrate Barbie’s 60th birthday and is now celebrating 50 years of Malibu Barbie.

According to Patch.com, the merchandise offered for sale by the truck is retro and includes:

  • Barbie Logo Embroidered Denim Jacket
  • Pink Barbie Logo Hoodie
  • Tie-dye bucket hat
  • ring t-shirt
  • Set of embroidered patches
  • Enamel pin set
  • Tote
  • Insulated stainless steel bottle
  • Beach towel
  • Malibu Barbie Necklace
  • Barbie Logo Mug

The products will be available for purchase of the Barbie Pop Up Truck by credit card. The price ranges from $12 to $75.

Chief Operating Officer Hannie Peng said MyCentralJersey.com,

“The Malibu Barbie theme is just love for Barbie fans – it doesn’t have to be just for the California girl. Everyone can relate to her free spirit and love of fun in the sun.

At Edison, the truck will be parked in the grassy area near Macy’s from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. At Paramus, it will be parked around the corner from the mall entrance near Capital Grille from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The truck has visited more than 50 cities so far.

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