Need some help settling this argument. Here is the statement, "Wishing you the best holidays, from the Holiday’s Best". The grammar in question is the use of the apostrophe in the word Holiday's. Is it correct with or without? Any input would be great.
If the Holiday's Best is (as it appears) a brand name, then yes, you are correct in encircling Holiday's Best with apostrophes. ( then Id lose the one before Wishing)
Unless the entire phrase is a quote, then an apostrophe would encircle the phrase as you have it and youd lose the one in front of "Holiday's"