Lake Worth marketing company, planned sneaker biz sever ties

The Chicks with Kicks: Dakota, Ariana and Dresden Peters plan to start a new interactive sneaker company in Lake Worth later this year. (Allen Eyestone/The Palm Beach Post)

LAKE WORTH — Pam Triolo, owner of First Impression Creative Services, is no longer handling marketing for Chicks With Kicks, the planned interactive sneaker store for downtown Lake Worth.

“At this time I’m not representing them,” Triolo said. “I hope I can be of some assistance if they need me in the future.”

Triolo declined to discuss why the business relationship was severed.

Attempts to reach Ariana Peters, a managing partner at Peters Development and a Chicks With Kicks spokeswoman, did not respond to a request for comment.

Triolo said she started working with Peters in February. Her last day was May 3, she said.

Chicks With Kicks recently signed a deal with a California video production company to shoot a demo reel that was going to be pitched to several networks for a reality show.

The company, Fly on the Wall Entertainment, is responsible for such reality show programs as the long-running “Big Brother” on CBS.

Mayor Pam Triolo

Earlier this year Peters told The Palm Beach Post the video reel was going to shopped to several networks, including Bravo, HGTV, E!, TLC and Freeform, formerly ABC Family.

The reel was expected to be shot last month. It’s not clear if that has been done.

If the show is picked up, Triolo has said it would be about the sneaker business and the Peterses’ everyday life.

Sisters Ariana, Dresden and Dakota own more than 6,000 vintage sneakers, including never worn 1985 Air Jordans and the pristine 2008 Kanye West Yeezys along with classic Pumas, Converse All-Stars and rare Nikes and Adidas.

They plan to open a store in a now vacant 3,500-square-foot space at 605 Lake Ave.