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I am curious: is it proper usage of grammar to use these words together : Fairly quickly ex: We responded to the fire call fairly quickly.
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Genia , who is working on Employee Handbook, asks...
The company's name is Hanneke's Logowear, LLC. So if using it in a sentence about their handbook, where should the ' go? As in Hanneke's Logowear's Employee Handbook. Thanks in advance.
Anne answers...
If it were me, I would avoid all those apostrophe problems in the following manner:

1. I would put the title of the handbook on two lines.
2. It would look like this:
Hanneke's Logowear, LLC
Employee Handbook

You do not need to worry about the ', because you have created a title and not something used in a sentence form.
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