Reckless Saints of Nowhere

When we launched The Reckless Saints of Nowhere in 2015, we had absolutely no idea what we were doing. Zero. I was fresh out of rehab at a long term treatment facility, and when I returned home nothing looked the same. All I could see was a community in pain. The opioid epidemic had torn through the heart of America and ‘overdose’ had become a household word. Everyone I spoke to said the exact same things. Someone they knew, a friend or family member, was on drugs and had lost control. Jails were full, homes were destroyed, and families were suffering. People began asking me how I got sober and if I would talk with their family member or friend who was on drugs. You could see they wanted to help the addict but no one knew how to do that. So I started giving my phone number to anyone who was suffering. A simple gesture. If you or someone you know is lost in addiction, call me. Any time. Day or night. I will do anything I can to help. It blew up. Soon I had so many people wanting me to help them get clean that it didn’t take long to notice the problem. Resources. If the addict wanted help for their addiction, they had to pay outrageous entry fees to be accepted into Rehabilitation and Treatment Programs that didn’t work. In most cases the addict and their families had to come up with as much as $25,000 to qualify. In return for the thousands paid, the addict would be admitted to 30 day Treatment Facilities that had about a 3-4% success rate. It was insanity. The recovery system was bleeding families dry and still offering no help. Nobody knew what to do. Out of this confusion and chaos Reckless was born.

First we did our homework. Research. For months we compiled data from every source and authority on drug addiction and treatment. We found Treatment Centers with high success rates and cross checked that list with Rehabs that were inexpensive and affordable. Then we met with Intake Directors and began to build relationships. They told us about other problems they had when it came to getting an addict into treatment. There were waiting lists, financial problems, and location issues to overcome before they could even start treating someone. Drug addicts don’t have money, if they did it would be up their arm. Most of them have lost everything, (vehicles, homes, etc.) so they had no way of getting to an out of state treatment center. Reckless went all in. We paid the first entry fees out of our pocket and we drove wherever needed, often times across state lines, to pick up an addict and transport them to treatment. When we couldn’t afford the entry fees anymore we worked out payment plans with Treatment Programs. My wife and I would pay $100-200 a week and the program would admit the addict immediately. But Reckless only consisted of the two of us back then(newlyweds that both worked 50 hour a week jobs) so our funds quickly ran out. That’s when my mom and dad saw what Reckless was doing and wanted to help. With their donations we were able to help even more people find recovery. We were passionate and a little crazy but it was working. People were getting help and families had hope again. We helped almost a hundred addicts get into treatment in our first two years.

Reckless Apparel is a clothing company we started shortly after receiving non-profit status. Once again we had no idea what we were doing, no experience in printing shirts. But we worked hard, set up shop in our home, and after several failed attempts launched our first shirt in the winter of 2017. ‘The Original’. Our next shirt ‘The Impossible’ followed shortly after in February 2018. Each shirt is printed in limited capacity. After a certain amount are sold, we cease printing of that model and destroy the screens. We are always working on a new design and will be launching our next shirt very soon. 100% of proceeds from the sales of our clothing go directly to helping addicts and their families. Our sole mission here at Reckless is to ensure that no addict who wants help for their addiction is ever turned away simply because they can’t pay for treatment. All of you that have purchased one of our shirts have aided tremendously in the effort to save lives. We have come a long way but our work is not done. We are still in the middle of an epidemic. Our world is bleeding to death. It is our job to hold our palms against the wounds. Its been said that If you are a shoemaker and you want to glorify God in your work… Don’t put a cross on every shoe you make, Just make a good pair of shoes. The Reckless Saints will continue to work hard at bringing you the sickest designs on quality shirts. Thanks for believing in us. We LOVE you all.

Jordan Parker - Founder/CEO

Vanessa Parker - Secretary/Treasurer

Zac Jurrs - Board Member

Cole Butler - Board Member

Doug Clark - Board Member

Kobe Parker - Director of Photography


Non-Pain related Patients prescribed Opiods


Overdose deaths involving an Opiod


Since 1999, Opiods sold

Up 400%

Daily ER visits for Opiod misuse
2016 Opiod involved Deaths
2014 U.S. Opiod addicts
Addicts helped by Reckless Saints

(Every purchase directly helps someone with an addiction in need of help!)

Introducing our newest apparel:
The Teddy Ballgame. This 3/4 sleeve, black and heather gray, baseball-style tee is here just in time for baseball season! Printed on American Apparel for ultimate quality and style, this shirt is incredibly soft and durable. It won't last long so get your orders in now!

Peace. Reckless name on the front. Reckless Logo on the back. The Reckless Saints don’t believe in running from your addiction. Stand and fight. It will be a hard fought battle but we will be right there with you every step of the way. Through hope, an iron will, and hard work you can overcome. If you seek peace, prepare for war! Get Reckless.

The Fury Tank. The front of this tank features The Reckless Motto “Live Free. Die Sober.” With a flying pig and RSON on raised felt lettering. The back has the Reckless Dove emblem and a tribute to where the Saints were Born. Made with American Apparel for the highest quality.

The Bunker Tee. Featuring our latest in fresh design and production, The Bunker Tee is Reckless to the bone. RSON across the front with The Reckless Dove and Motto “Live Free. Die Sober.” On the back. All in Camo and all on American Apparel. This shirt is insanely soft and comfortable as well as tough and durable.

The Fallen A Reckless Tribute to the ones who have died searching to ease their pain and calm the chaos in their heads. To all the casualties in this war on drugs, you are not forgotten. It is your memory that drives the Reckless Saints. May the family and friends left behind find hope in our mission. You have our word that we won’t stop until we rescue every last one. Printed in GOLD on Black American Apparel.

The Fighter. This is for the people who care enough to fight for change. The ones that refuse to sit back and let their friends die from a drug overdose. The drug war is raging and it falls on us to change this world for the better. It won’t be easy, but it will be worth it. Make a stand. Fight with us. WarPigs.

The Dirtbag. This shirt features one of the Reckless Saints most beloved nicknames “The Gentlemen Dirtbags”. The name comes from our past and our present. Formally men of disrepute and shady character, we now exist to help others and live the example of true kindness and compassion. Meant to keep our feet firmly planted on the ground and remind us to never forget where we came from, this shirt is a personal favorite of the Saints. With the Hooked Reckless Saints “RS” logo, this shirt screams tough. Available in white as well as blue. And as always printed on American Apparel for the highest quality!

The ICON. This shirt needs no explanation. A timeless icon of style gets a Reckless FaceLift.

The Paul Edward. A tribute to the 50's work shirts and the gritty dudes that wore em’. It’s simple, tough design is a Reckless throwback to the men that made this country great through hard work and sacrifice.

June 2018 - The Fighter - $24.99
The Fighter - $24.99
August 2018 - The Paul Edward - $24.99<br> White on Gray
The Paul Edward - $24.99
April 2018 - The Teddy Ballgame - $29.99
Teddy Ballgame - $29.99
May 2018 - Peace - $19.99
Peace - $19.99

May 2018 - Reckless Fury Tank  $25.99
Reckless Fury Tank - $25.99
May 2018 - Bunker Tee  $23.99
Bunker Tee - $23.99
July 2018 - The Fallen  $29.99
The Fallen - $29.99
Aug 2018 - The ICON  $19.99 - $22.99
The ICON - $19.99-$22.99

June 2018 - The Dirtbag  $24.99<br>Don't forget to choose your Color & Size options <u>before</u> adding to cart!
The Dirtbag - $24.99
July 2018 - Ballgame Package <br> Teddy Ballgame Shirt, Hand-Stamped Bracelet, and 8in. x 11in. Decal! <br>All for only $34.99!
Ballgame Package!  
Save Now! Only $34.99!

Shirt Size
Bracelet Size
May 2018 - Bracelets  $14.99 - $16.99
Bracelets  $14.99 - $16.99
June 2018 - Reckless Decal - $7.00
Reckless Decal  $7.00

There's not always
"One more day".
RSON stands ready for

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Pryor, Oklahoma

Phone: 918-864-2719

Email: jordan@RecklessSaintsOfNowhere.com

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