The Christian conservative group American Family Association's boycott against The Home Depot will continue after the home improvement giant shrugged off their demands to abandon its support for gay rights.

According to One News Now, AFA executive vice president Buddy Smith was rebuffed by chairman Frank Blake and other company executives when he presented them with their demands during the company's annual shareholders meeting in Atlanta.

“We presented to the shareholders and to the chairman and the board of directors over 470,000 signature petitions asking them to remain neutral in the culture war, specifically when it addresses gay marriage and homosexual activist groups,” Smith told the website.

Blake reportedly thanked Smith but reiterated the company's support for gay rights.

“We're disappointed that The Home Depot continues to close the door and not listen to the millions of customers who are offended that they are engaging in the culture war and taking a position in favor of gay marriage.”

The AFA has previously boycotted Ford, Pepsi, Campbell Soup Company, McDonald's and Hallmark for their support of gay rights.