When 2020 hit and the world was faced with unprecedented challenges and political agendas, Eric Moutsos formed Utah Business Revival. He did revivals and rallies all over the state of Utah to help “Non-Essential” businesses recover from the unconstitutional mandates unfairly leveraged against them. Advocating for constitutional liberty, Eric rallied Utahns together, finding hope amidst their mutual frustration. Event after event, the Utah Business Revival was fighting for the people of Utah and our small businesses. In May, amid much controversy and political double-standards, the UBR threw the very first concert in America since the Covid-19 Pandemic with none other than Collin Raye.

Since then, Eric has been traveling and speaking helping other cities across the country with their own business revival groups. His latest project, the documentary “Non-Essential” details the hypocrisy found within government and political agendas and exposes how easily tyranny can penetrate society if we don’t get comfortable having uncomfortable conversations and speaking out against injustice.

“I love to watch people light up by feeling the spirit of freedom through my writings and events. God wants us to be free. He established America for just that. And if we don’t continue to gather and promote these universal principles, we will lose it all over again. My goal is to not let that happen.” – Eric Moutsos