Originally Posted by Ann1977
joey is visiting friends and family in the west coast this weekend
> Upper case J for "Joey"
- It is a proper noun
- It is the first word of the sentence
> Upper case letters for "West Coast" in this case
> ON the West Coast, not IN
- But: "He is visiting friends IN Mendocino."
> Period at the end of the sentence
Joey is visiting friends and family on the West Coast this weekend.
I'm not 100% sure we need to capitalize West Coast here.