(PRWEB) February 27, 2003
American business are removing or avoiding the use of French references as a form of protest over FranceÂs political stance in the United Nations.
Mojo Zoo is joining this group by banning the use of the following words: vis-Ã -vis, rÃ©sumÃ© and brochure. Mojo Zoo is changing to Âlike the previous one,Â Work History Statement and Tri-fold Informational Pamphlet. Mojo Zoo believes that the voluntary banning of these three phrases will aid the United States in its pressure play with the French.
Many other business and restaurants and are increasing the pressure on France to join the United States point of view in the United Nations.
Most of the protests are symbolic acts but combined with political pressure, it can aid the United States of America with winning over the French leadership in the United Nations. Mojo Zoo hopes that this act of vocabulary deprivation will aid the American lexicon to become devoid of French words that are more difficult to spell and pronounce.
Mojo Zoo, Inc. is located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, specializing in advertising powered by storytelling.