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problem with define article the in use

Posted: Tue Jul 23, 2019 1:14 pm
by Anthonyzubi
I am not a native speaker so could you please tell me which form is correct.
'The cheers drinking accessories' or 'cheers drinking accessories' (without "the")

Cheers is the name of a brand, that produces accessories for drinking. So is it correct if below the cheers logo there is written 'The cheers drinking accessories' ?? So if we add define article "the" then those drinking accessories would sound more peculiar for customers. Am I right? Does it sounds correctly for native speakers?

Re: problem with define article the in use

Posted: Fri Jul 26, 2019 10:19 am
by Joe
First, Cheers is a brand NAME so must be capitalized: Cheers

I recommend, under the logo, just:
Cheers drinking accessories

And any time you use the name Cheers, you should capitalize it, for example:
We sell Cheers drinking accessories.