Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker just launched a new campaign in hopes of stealing encouraging Chicago residents to make the move over the northern Illinois border and it cost almost a million dollars. According to WREX, the campaign is specifically targeting millennials with ads in health clubs and in trains with enticing information about Wisconsin's daily travel times.

Wisconsin's shorter commutes mean less stress and more time for family, friends and exercise.

The Cheese State has moved the campaign to social media but Chicago officials are like, "we ain't scurred."

Jack Lavin is president of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce. He says millennials realize that Chicago offers great career opportunities and quality of life.

I'm not dissing Wisconsin but I'm pretty sure the sights and sounds of the Windy City are a little more millennial than that of the Dairy Land. #justsayin


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