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    Cool 10 Year or 10th Year Anniversary?

    Hello all!
    I'm hoping that somebody out there can help with this question.

    For a poster celebrating the anniversary of a company's ten years?
    Is it better to say
    10th Year Anniversary or
    10 Year Anniversary?

    And would the answer change if the word 'celebration' followed it?
    10th year anniversary celebration
    or
    10 year anniversary celebration?

    I cannot seem to find a grammar rule that applies to this!

    Can anyone help?

    Thanks, in advance!

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    Re: 10 Year or 10th Year Anniversary?

    10 Year Anniversary

    or

    10th Anniversary Celebration

    or you could say

    Celebrating our 10th year in business




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    Re: 10 Year or 10th Year Anniversary?

    Thank you, Ouisch!

    Is there a rule associated with the advice you've given me?
    Just so I can make some sense of it?


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