(CNN) – Herman Cain's presidential campaign will launch a radio ad campaign Tuesday to promote a new website for the Republican candidate.
The former Godfather's Pizza CEO will tout http://www.999MeansJobs.com, a destination for supporters and contributors, in the spot that will premiere on the Rush Limbaugh program, according to the campaign.
The site's name is a reference to Cain's "9-9-9" tax plan, which would replace the current tax code with a 9% income tax rate, 9% corporate tax rate and 9% national sales tax.
Cain's Chief of Staff Mark Block said the recorded message will solidify support across the country and in the first-in-the-nation caucus state of Iowa.
"This is another example of the synergies we are developing between our national strategy and our state strategies," Block said in a statement.
The campaign said the commercial will run into next week.
Steve Grubbs, Cain's Iowa campaign manager, said the ad will help line-up precinct captains for the caucuses and raise "critical donations."
- CNN's Kevin Bohn and Gabriella Schwarz contributed to this report.