They're holding handwritten cardboard signs on the street side and raking it in.
People who live in homes located near Raymond James Stadium make a killing any time there's a sporting event.
"We're just parking cars trying to make some money," said teenager Rocco Mortellaro outside his home.
In time the driveway and Dad lets him pocket the profit.
"He usually walks away with $75 to $100 dollars," said Richard Mortellaro.
The Mortellaro family has a great location to rent out parking spaces. But a new website says just about anyone, anywhere can rent a spare place to park.
ParkAtMyHouse.com offers a matchmaking service of sorts, marrying drivers to those homeowners who have extra room in the driveway or garage.
"All of this under utilized real estate has a value and there are plenty of drivers willing to pay a lot of money to park on your property," said founder Anthony Eskinazi.
It's a new concept for the U.S., but a booming business in Britain.
"We have over 150,000 customers that are using the service in the UK," Eskinazi said.
Homes near office complexes might command the highest rates. But Part At My House says home near colleges, universities or beaches might also be prime for profit.
Whether you can legally rent out your excess driveways will likely hinge on local zoning laws. Some spots in New York, Washington and Boston are currently listed for $10 to $25 per day.
"My gut reaction is there are some issues you'll have to work out," said Thom Snelling, who oversees city planning in Tampa.
Potential legal asides aside, Snelling said interested customers should consider traffic questions.
"If you have one person who is parking two cars, is it a big deal," he said." "But when I do it and your my neighbor and you want to do that"
Eskinazi has high hopes for the business, which had only just begun matchmaking in the. U.S.
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