Emrick Hauling was founded in 2006 by Don and Stephanie Emrick. They tailored the business to specialize in horse manure removal. By doing so, Emrick Hauling became the largest Manure removal company in the area in just a few short years. Over the next six years the company experienced rapid growth in both sales and equipment. In 2012, Reid Nagle, a Thoroughbred race horse trainer, acquired Emrick Hauling. Reid’s love for the horse industry, and ownership of farms in the Ocala area, made his decision to enter in to the manure removal industry an easy one. As part of the acquisition, Reid tagged Don Emrick to lead the newly formed company as its President and Chief Executive Officer. When deciding on a new name for the company, Don’s wife Stephanie, suggested “All-In”, as it summarizes the idea that there are several former companies that have all contributed a certain amount and are now “All-In” one. On that day, All-In Removal was born.
In addition to the growth in the manure removal business, All-In has entered into the shavings delivery service. This is an example of All-In’s commitment to horse bedding and keeping prices affordable for the customer. By delivering shavings, All-In can cut its transportation costs considerably and will pass that savings along to the customer.
All-In is led by a three person Board of Directors. In addition to Reid and Don, Frank Hill also serves on the Board.
Reid Nagle, Owner, Chairman
Since September 2010, Reid has been a full time trainer of thoroughbred racehorses who compete mostly at Gulfstream Park in Miami and at racetracks in the mid-Atlantic. Reid founded and was the chairman and CEO of SNL Financial, the leading global sector specific purveyor of news and corporate, market and financial information, until 2010. Until the company’s sale to McGraw Hill Financial in September 2015, when it had 3,300 employees working in 23 offices in 11 countries around the globe, he remained a director and was the company’s second largest shareholder behind New Mountain Financial which acquired a majority interest in SNL in 2011. Prior to starting SNL in 1987, Reid spent 10 years in the financial services industry. He was the CFO of a New Jersey savings bank (also serving as vice chairman and CAO) and subsequently worked with the financial services and arbitrage affiliates of Ivan F. Boesky and Co. Reid holds a bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University, and his master’s and doctoral degrees in political economy from Johns Hopkins University.