How to handle a name that includes an exclamation point (or other punctuation)?
I am editing a text about a product whose name contains an exclamation point as the final glyph. I don't think that the exclamation point is being used to convey emphasis of any sort. It's my thinking that the inclusion of the glyph was purely visual gimmick--distinguishing it from the character of "exclamation point". What is the protocol for punctuating a sentence that ends with this product name? For example:
The greatest product ever is MyProduct!.
Since I believe the exclamation point to be a glyph and not a character, thus meaning it really isn't being used as punctuation, is ending with a period here appropriate?