The Mountain Mudd team is as vital to our business as any service or product we share with the coffee loving world. We pride ourselves on choosing staff members with personality and professionalism. While we can’t list all of our employees here and now, we found a few folks willing to share some personal info all in good taste! This is Mountain Mudd and these are our stories!

Grand Kiosk

Rich Kiosk Manager

Rich has been with Mountain Mudd since 2008 and deserves much credit as the longest employed staff member ever to work for Mountain Mudd. He has worked for all 4 owners and we believe he is a large part of the success of these local kiosks.  We call him our "Famous Barista," as most people know him and he has this uncanny talent to be able to remember faces and drink selections.

Montana Kiosk

Kacie Kiosk Manager

Kacie first started working for Mountain Mudd in High School in 2008.  She then started working for Sweet Café in 2013 and stayed with us as we purchased Mountain Mudd in 2014.  She is now the manager of the Montana location.  We admire the way Kacie has drinks prepared for cars that are in line and on both sides of the kiosk.  She takes great care of her kiosk, staff, and customers.  She has a way of making people feel welcomed and important with her sweet smile and genuine care for others.

Bench Kiosk

Scott Kiosk Manager

Scott started working for Sweet Café in the Billings Public Library the day that it opened, January 6th 2014.  He then went on to launch our new kiosk location at 606 Bench Blvd on October 20th, 2014, where he continues to manage.  You will also see Scott at the busiest events at MetraPark.  He has a vast range of skills, ranging from espresso machine installation and light repairs to helping customers find the best drink that suites them that day.

Rimrock Mall (Inside Kiosk)

Cody Kiosk Manager

Cody helped launch our new location in Rimrock Mall, January 2016.  He previously worked in various kiosks and gained some great skills.  Cody is extremely talented in his own photography business, managing the mall kiosk well, and even latte art (you should sit at the bar and ask for one!)  He is known for being so involved and caring so much that we remind him to take time off.  He is a true blessing to Mountain Mudd and its customers.