'House of Cards' gives boost at lunchtime [Letter]

May 01, 2014|Letter to The Aegis

I am responding to your recent article "House of Card's-and money-may leave."

You reference numerous local companies that have benefited economically from the show's production in Harford County. However, there is one glaring omission. A prominent member of the Harford County Bar Association, Larry F. Kreis, Esq., has received payment from the production company for the use of his 2000 Volvo in numerous episodes of the "House of Cards."

These payments have allowed Mr. Kreis to acquire a Slurpee and corn dog every Friday at the Bel Air 7-Eleven. The show's exodus from Harford County would certainly impact Mr. Kreis' weekly spending spree .

Robert S. Lynch, Esq.

Bel Air

Editor's note: Mr. Kreis points out the car actually belongs to his wife, Donna Kreis.

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