Kent Ohio Area Of The Week

Dated: July 22 2018

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When people think of Kent Ohio, they instantly think of Kent State University. Did you know that Kent is also known as the "Tree City"? That's right! In the late 1800's a man by the name of John Davey planted thousands of trees in the area we now know as the City of Kent. You may have heard of the name, because his company is still around today and is a common to think of when you think about trees, Davey Tree. 

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Today Kent is more know for its University and its University life downtown. But Kent also offers some great deals on homes and rentals. Check out the links below.

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