Quote Originally Posted by ghsb12 View Post
Is it ok to have two 'and's in a sentence?

For example:
To become our customers' most trusted and valued project management training and consulting services provider.

It sounds kinda weird to me, but I don't know how to rephrase it.
The "ands" aren't what makes it sound weird. Try this:

To become our customers' most trusted and valued provider of project management training and consulting services.

It still sounds like management-speak, because that's what it is, but at least it has some structure to it now, instead of being a long, long, LONG string of adjectives and "ands."