In a conversation I was having with someone over Slack, I started to use the phrase, "one of the offers' name is...," to refer to the name of one of the offers, but it occurred to me that I'm not 100% sure where the apostrophe should go. My spur-of-the-moment cop-out was to change it to, "the name of one of the offers is...," but I'm here now to clarify for my own enrichment.
Since I am referring to an attribute of "one of the offers," I believe that means I need an apostrophe somewhere to denote possession so I can refer to that offer's name.
Since "one of the offers" is singular, my mind bristles against the assertion that the apostrophe might need to be after the s.
Since "of the offers" is a prepositional phrase that clarifies the subject, I believe that means I do not want to break it up as "one of the offer's name."
So, am I correct that it's, "one of the offers' name is...," or should it be something else?