Meet the World Cup Coffee Office Coffee Sales Manager: Mark
At World Cup Coffee, we’re proud to offer fresh, locally roasted Portland coffee, but that’s just a snippet of our story. We’re extremely proud of our World Cup Coffee employees and staff who roast the beans, serve coffee in our cafes, meet with local businesses, and deliver our fresh roasts throughout the Portland Metro area.
For two weeks, we’re giving you an inside peek into the story behind World Cup Coffee and the amazing staff who serve you. Next time you’re in one of our cafes, or receiving a coffee delivery, say “Hello” and introduce yourself!
Meet Mark: World Cup Coffee Office Coffee Sales Manager
Mark has been at World Cup Coffee for two years as our office coffee sales manager, but the coffee industry isn’t a new gig for Mark. He brings nearly 30 years of experience working with coffee.
Mark works with local businesses to select professional office coffee equipment for offices. In addition, he schedules regular coffee deliveries. He’s often asked by customers, “Does World Cup Coffee roast their own coffee?” Mark answers with an enthusiastic, “Yes!” followed by, “Would you like a tour of our roasting facility?”
At the WCC roasting facility on NW Glisan, you’ll learn about how WCC receives fresh coffee beans from farmers around the world. Expert roasters roast the beans to perfection in-house. This means each cup of coffee served in our cafes is fresh from the roasters. Local businesses receive the same freshness with office coffee delivered the day after the beans are roasted.
Mark enjoys knowing customers are happy because they can trust the quality of WCC products and billing practices. They also look forward to seeing the delivery guy walk through their door with fresh coffee and supplies.
Though it’s hard to pick just one, Mark’s favorite WCC beverage is an Italian Roast black drip coffee. In his spare time, he enjoys being active with his wife Shelly and taking advantage of the great outdoors. You’ll find them hiking, golfing, and taking trips to the beach. His top two favorite hikes near Portland are Dog Mountain and Multnomah Falls.
Next time you see Mark, say “Hi” and introduce yourself!