Gov. Rick Perry is ramping up his efforts to tempt Illinois businesses to relocate to Texas. Just days after launching a new online campaign touting Texas as a business friendly state, Perry announced today that he’s making a recruiting trip to Chicago. The governor will leave Monday and return Tuesday. He will address the 2013 Bio International Convention and plans to meet with business leaders.

Perry’s announcement coincides with a new $42,000 radio ad buy on four Chicago radio stations. The ad was paid for by Texas One, the same group that bank rolled a similar blitz in California in February.

You can hear the full ad, here. The text is below.

“This is Texas Gov. Rick Perry, and I have a word of advice for employers frustrated by Illinois’ short-sighted approach to business: you need to get out while there’s still time. The escape route leads straight to Texas, where limited government, low taxes and a pro-business environment are creating more jobs than any other state. I’ll be in Chicago next week to talk about opportunities in Texas, where we’re always open for business. Visit TexasWideOpenforBusiness.com – it may be time for your company to hit the emergency exit.”