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Corey Redvine

Corey Redvine, another of Massillon’s entrepreneurial talents, is the owner of TV Landscaping and Redd, White and Blue, 4th of July celebration in Shriver Park, which is in its eleventh year and counting. He has volunteered the past ten years as a basketball coach for youth programs in Massillon. Recently, Corey coached at Cleveland Heights High School as a JV Assistant coach. In addition, he spent four years as a trainer under Game Speed Athletics. Corey is a father of three and enjoys spending time with his family and giving back to the community.

Corey began working for himself in 2018, on his 30th birthday. His purpose for working for himself was, specifically, that ‘it was time,’ and he wanted to be sure his sons learned a trade that could guarantee them an income. TV Landscaping is his first business. His team provides mowing, yard cleanup, and mulching services. For a consultation of service and to set up an appointment, please visit and follow TV landscaping on Facebook at

Fun Fact by Corey: "I just learned to cook and I think I’m the best!!"

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