Jordan has long been a symbol of American pride and freedom, and the brand has long had a connection to the United Kingdom.
But as the brand expands into the U.S., it will no longer be a symbol.
The Jordan brand, which has been around for more than 80 years, will be retired from the United State’s official logo.
It will instead be used as the official name for the brand, according to a news release issued by the company.
The move is part of the broader overhaul Jordan is undergoing.
The company, which was founded in 1929, is in a transition period as it works to bring its business model to the digital age, and has struggled to adapt to the pace of change.
In December, Jordan said it was closing three of its retail locations.
And last month, it announced a deal with Amazon to sell its e-commerce business to the e-retail giant.
Jordan said in its announcement Tuesday that the company had been looking for a way to keep its logo on the United Nations logo, which is also the official U.N. logo.
Jordan said that in its consultation with the U